Been driving my wife crazy for well over 20 years now .. 23 to be exact --
That makes u sexy sir ;)
but with wives, it's usually a short trip
Wisconsin to Texas. Didn't stop, didn't sleep.<br />
It was a nightmare. I can think of no better way to hate a stick shift.<br />
wow that is great gas milage and a hell of a bladder!
Done Ft Lauderdale FL to Boston a few times. Gas pee and coffee. and a few cross country, but stopped on those.
I don't remember... about 15 maybe?
Drove a18 foot U-haul truck from Seattle, WA. to Manhattan, NY, ALONE...
Yuk... I don't envy you. I was at least in a cute little red car. :P
Started at the top of the Scottish Highlands, drove down to Turkey and back up to Berlin, Germany. That was an amazing journey. It took 6 months, with lots of stops along the way. Saw it all.
Wow! You're very lucky.
Woah nice.. how much money did it cost?
I once spent 10 weeks driving through the African bush in Kenya and Tanzania. That was an amazing experience. I've been very fortunate to have seen so much of this world in leisure travel (as opposed to business travel). Living in different cultures gives you an amazing, very broad perspective of humanity. It is humbling. I consider myself to have been very blessed to have had these opportunities.
a lot less than you would think.
I was blessed to have had those opportunities while I was young and healthy enough to really enjoy them.
I hooked one from the 13th tee and landed on l8th fairway cut my score almost in half in one shot.
Hey next time call out four
Started here in Tennessee and ended in Washington State.Longest drive of my life and and quietest.Loved seeing all the scenery.
The ride where I traveled to the ALLLL THE WAYYY to The North Pole with Santa :P
Vancouver, British Columbia is 3410 kilometres (2120 miles) from Niagara Falls.
I did the same trip starting out in Edmonton. You got me beat by the Rockies.
3 days and 2 nights from Illinois to New Mexico. <br />
I tell you, it was quite interesting going through the mountains in a Plymouth Horizon..
My longest drive was from Fort Worth, TX to Ogden, UT. I drove through a canyon near Spanish Fork in Utah during early January and ended up driving through a snow storm. Driving to Fort Worth from Ogden my now ex missed our exit and so we ended up driving through the Rocky Mountains at around 10,000 ft often times with no guard rails. Needless to say I will never do that again.
My life and its random experiences
3 hours drive from Houston, Texas to San Antonio, Texas :3
6 and a half days straight to wyoming...in a chrysler
From Fort Worth Texas to Rainier Washington about 2600 miles I think, runner up was Klamath Falls Oregon, to Springfield Missouri about 2300 miles Both Sucked immensely.
My longest drive was from NY to Alaska...6 days very long...but it was very interesting.
London to Copenhagen 15 hours non stop apart from two ferries (Dover - Calais, then one in Denmark)<br />
Theres no speed limit on the Getman Autobauns, so that helped.
i live in australia and grew up with long drives.... so technically to me, the longest drive i ever did was from western australia to tasmania (with no stops) which was 2 days, but with stops it took about 4 days.... other than that, Geraldton to Broom, which was roughly 3200km took us 25 hours... so i guess it all depends on what you call the longest drive - stopping or not
“Lisa Marie Nowak, former NASA astronaut who flew aboard Space Shuttle Discovery was arrested in Orlando, Florida. Nowak drove the 900 miles (1,400 km) from Houston to Orlando, Florida, on February 4–5, 2007 while wearing diapers so she didn’t have to stop. She subsequently was charged with the attempted kidnapping of U.S. Air Force Captain Colleen Shipman.” She took the longest drive…she went into space.
Facts are facts.
Pulled out of Chicago & bought fuel two times with a 300 gal cap. & didn't stop for rest till I hit the post office in Denver. True story. no jive. Co driver was szxizzo. A really big truck. 18 wheeler.
54 hours, by bus from Medan in North Sumatra to Jakarta. I was sick for 2 days after arriving...
13 years. I've been driving myself cRaZy for 13 years trying to get back to a place of self discipline.