Road Trip Destinations

This is the overall route of their trip as determined through postmarks, the contents of the postcards and letters that Dotty wrote home, and a newspaper article containing an interview with the three travelers after their trip.  Included are known attractions that they visited.  Those locations in bold indicate where a piece of mail was sent from.  Dates in parentheses are when Dotty, Edie, and Ev definitely visited those places.  Links will take you to blog posts that pertain to those specific locations/dates.

Bridgeport, CT (September 1st)

Trumbull, CT (September 1st)

Hawley, PA: Camping along Lake Wallenpaupack (September 1st)

Scranton, PA

A working coal mine, near Scranton, PA

Erie, PA

Ashtabula, OH

Osceola, IN

Rogers Park, Chicago, IL

Elgin, IL

Charles City, IA

Larchwood, IA

Interior, SD

Tensleep, WY

Cody, WY

Yellowstone National Park, WY

Cooke City, MT

Gallatin National Forrest

Missoula, MT

Frenchtown, MT

Seattle, WA

Mount Rainier National Park

Tacoma, WA

Vancouver, BC

Tacoma, WA

Eureka, CA

San Francisco, CA

Berkeley, CA

Oakland, CA

Santa Cruz, CA

Monterey, CA

Carmel, CA

Yosemite National Park

Bridgeport, CA

Mono National Forest: The part they drove through is now the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.

Carson City, NV

Reno, NV

Sacremento, CA

Merced, CA

Madera, CA

Sequoia National Park

General Grant Grove: A National Park in 1929, now part of Kings Canyon National Park

Santa Maria, CA

Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood (October 24th)

Universal Studios (October 24th)

San Diego, CA

Ramona’s Marriage Place: Now called Estudillo House or Casa de Estudillo

Balboa Park

Tia Juana, MX

San Diego, CA

Yuma, AZ

Grand Canyon National Park

Painted Desert, AZ

Phoenix, AZ

Roosevelt Dam, AZ

Tonto National Monument

Coolidge Dam, Globe, AZ

El Paso, TX

San Antonio, TX

Houston, TX

Pensacola, FL

Milton, FL

Richmond, VA

Bridgeport, CT

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