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The Drive To Las Vegas From Vancouver

Yah, we arrived safe and sound at 7pm on Friday night! The truck was full of bugs and we were all tired but we arrived. Overall the drive from Vancouver to Vegas wasn’t that bad actually. We woke up at 6 am but didn’t leave Vancouver until 7 because having 2 kids always takes more time to do anything. The Peace Arch border was empty which was great. I got a speeding ticket  just before Seattle, fuck. It cost me $96, which sucked but whatever. I wasn’t trying to speed it just kinda happened. After that little fiasco I kept my truck on cruise control the rest of the road trip, so I couldn’t go over the speed limit.  We drove though the Cascade Mountains and Enumclaw, Washington, where it was pissing rain.

The drive from Vancouver to  Boise, Idaho was 10 hours, we  got to redneck Boise at 6 pm. We stayed the night in a really nice hotel that was basically brand new, and it only cost $63. We stayed in a town called Meridian which is a suburb of Boise. I found the hotel on HotWire.com and it was a 3 star hotel that had free wifi through out the hotel, as well as a complimentary breakfast for the whole family! It was well worth the price. If you want the best possible deals on hotels as well as airfare, then check out HotWire.com. I’ll get the name later, can’t recall it right now.

I should also mention that every few hours my son would have a meltdown and start crying, so he would be let out of his car seat. He would cry for at least 30 minutes sometimes, and he cries really loud, lol. We did try to stop and give him what he needed (breast milk, diaper change or just comforting), but it wasn’t always an option. I knew driving 20 hours with small kids isn’t the easiest way to travel, but what the hell I like taking chances! Overall the kids were pretty damn good, I must say. The DVD players playing “How To Eat fried Worms” on the backseats might have something to do with their overall good behavior, lol.

The drive from Boise to Vegas started to drag the last few hours, since I just wanted to get there, unpack and relax. As we kept driving south in the desert towards Las Vegas the temperature kept creeping up and up.  By the time we got into Vegas the temperature was  27°C, it was perfect. Now I can relax in the sun for a month, work and not worrying about the rain.
Oh yeah for gas, I spent around $250 from Vancouver to Las Vegas which is pretty damn good considering I drive a V8 Escalade  that isn’t really economical. Gas in the USA is at $0.80 per liter compared to Vancouver that is at $1.12! Being Canadian we play allot more for gas, housing, you name it, compared to the Yankees. Now I can tell people I drove through Idaho, wee I am so proud, haha.

Ok that’s enough for now, time for an espresso.


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driving through Washington, rain and more rain….

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someone watching a DVD, with a lollipop..
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driving over some bridge in eastern Washington…

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A house on the move!
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Idaho = farm country & potatoes for miles and miles.

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Yes, there was still snow all over Nevada mountains

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We stopped in this creepy little town in South Nevada, to get some gas. I swear to god everyone was in bred lol.
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Having some food at the gas station…
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little town of horrors….

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I drove that truck for 20 hours in 2 days. I’m still tired thinking about it! I would never make it as a trucker!

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creepy town, USA.. Horror movie anyone? Reminds me of that cheezy movie called “House Of Wax“, with Paris Hilton in it.

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miles and miles of scenery like this..

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Palms trees in the middle of no where. Palm trees are not native to the desert FYI…

2 Responses

  1. Stephen Says:

    I have driven all over the states and am driving from vancouver to vegas soon, I could fly again, but driving makes it an adventure, and you really enjoy relaxing by the pool after the drive, also cute kids too.

  2. CV Says:

    After the 20 hr drive a dip in the pool is necessary, LOL. It is a pretty cool drive, especially through the Mojave desert…

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