Cheap Date – 28 October 2006 – Driving 2000 Miles Cross-Country in a Tiny Car With No Gas Gauge and a Rusted Spare Tire
For our last show before our break, we take you on a cross-country trip.
We start out in Seattle, at Sea-Tac airport, and take you through Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin before getting home.
Along the way, you will enjoy stops at places such as: Roslyn, Washington: Anthony’s at Spokane Falls; The Mackenzie River Pizza Company in Bozeman, Montana; Wall Drug in South Dakota; Cracker Barrel in Madison, Wisconsin; and Tuscan Market in Arlington Heights.
It’s your two favorite hosts talking about being sleep-deprived. It doesn’t get any better than this.
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Our next regularly-scheduled show will be on January 6, 2007, but there may be a mini-show or two on the feed in the meantime, so stay tuned!
This episode’s running time: 42:15
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