Our names are Scotty and Fiddy and we hitchhiked to all 50 state capitols in 50 consecutive days. We started in Times Square on October 10th 2006 and ended in Honolulu on November 28th 2006. It was awesome. Email us: hitch50@gmail.com. Thanks to everyone who made it possible, it was fun! Read about our trip here.
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98 Rock

Kai drove us into Baltimore for a radio interview with Micky and Amelia at 98 Rock. Kai gets the award of having the cleanest trunk so far. He also had a funny conversation with his six year old daughter who was attempting to cook back at their house. After arriving fashionably late, we convinced Kai to join us in the studio. Micky and Amelia are possibly the funniest DJ’s around. Or at least the top ten in the Baltimore area. We strongly suggest listening to them. Today.

Immediately after being put on air the jabs were flying. Somehow Kai and his ‘Tiger Woods voice’ got the brunt of the early comments. That’s okay, he’s a good sport, and it seems like he enjoyed the novelty of being on air in his hometown. We hung out on the air with the guys in Baltimore for about half an hour taking calls and joking around. You can listen to the clip soon on our site.

But the 98 Rock experience got even better. They hooked us up with a limo ride to Washington, DC

Rachel and Anaya accompanied us to the nation’s capital too. The limo was great. Anaya even took about 200 photos of herself.

We were pretty excited about our first class ride to DC. The plan was to drop us off at Capitol Hill, but fortunately our driver Terry got lost. Really lost. This gave us the chance to take in a half hour tour throughout DC. What an amazing city. Massive buildings and monuments with the most amazing architecture. Enormous pillars, reflecting pools and statues everywhere you look. Priceless monuments of American history representing the values this country cherishes. All this is impressive, but taking it in while hanging out the side of a limo is rockstar.

After arriving at Capitol Hill we met up with possibly the coolest guy on the east cost, Shawn Sparks. Shawn lives in the DC suburb of Alexandria, he works as a waiter and freelance writer. You can read some of his writing on his Myspace.

Shawn and Heather picked us up and took us back to their place to meet up with their friends. After doing our laundry and breaking Shawn’s keyboard we went out in old town Alexandria for the night. Shawn and his friends we’re so much fun, and we all had such a good time. The international phenomenon of “Shaky Face” even made an appearance. Here's a picture of Shawn shakin' it up.

Shaky Face


Blogger Shawn Sparks said...

Dude!!! N0 p1x 0f me 0n the p0st? N0w 4 butt0ns are br04en 0n my 4eyb0ard and 1 d0nt even get a p1c up 0n y0ur b10g. gee thaan4s.

Had a b1ast w1th y0u guys here! Y0u have t0 c0me bac4 aga1n s0met1me.

9:56 PM  
Anonymous Where's Scotty & Fiddy??? said...

Welcome to DC! And yes, it is a very good place to get lost!

Following along on your map, I was thinking (and laughing) that you took a couple of wrong turns trying to find the rather large and well-lit Capitol building.. ..but you finally made it.

Here's the latest satellite tracking map on your Great Adventure so far.

bill (in washington, dc)

5:31 AM  
Blogger Shawn Sparks said...

Here are a few pics of the boys in OT Alexandria.... Only true fans will see them, as they are the ones reading posts.


9:20 AM  
Blogger Shawn Sparks said...

THanks for the props with the pic... I felt so left out. Notice the new keyboard? Yeah... my roommates. I'll go buy a new one later.

Have a blast!!!

12:07 AM  

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