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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Boise, ID

The particular Peterbilt we are riding in is pretty much the Cadillac of semi trucks. It has two separate sleeping bunks, cushy suspension and seats that are fit for a King. Tonight we ride in style.

If you're going to be riding like a trucker, you need to eat like one too. So the three of us pulled off at the Truck Corral in Baker City, OR for some authentic cuisine. They specialize in Chicken Fried Steaks...the size of hubcaps.

Chicken Fried Steak

Chicken Fried Awesome

After that onslaught we were on our way to state capitol number 32: Boise, ID. We were a little concerned about how exactly we would be getting our obligatory capitol- building photos while riding in a 18 wheeler on the interstate. Jack said he could make it happen. As long as you don't mind paying for four parking meters at once, apparently you can park a semi truck at the capitol building.

Big Rig

Fiddy Jack Scotty

Onwards to Salt Lake City!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Guys,
You are really moving right along..
Jack sure keeps the semi clean. Congrats, on the Graduation. Your Mothers looked so proud. They must have been so happy to see you both.
Be Safe,
Cyndi From Mich.

12:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dear bliss,
i've been wondering...why is obesity such an epidemic in the united states? much love,
a hockey playing hoser from up north

dear person who probably loves howie mandel,
the answer is complicated, but i will try to make it as simple as possible so that you understand:



12:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice work guys - i was watching the map last night hoping you'd get a lift, and voila!

hey, i was wondering what those round fields of grass/farm are? i took a screenshot:


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1:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Few things please me more than you describing eating hubcp sized chicken fried steak and gravy as an onslaught.

1:52 AM  
Anonymous Where's Scotty & Fiddy??? said...

Hey Scotty & Fiddy..


Here's today's satellite map of where your adventure has taken you so far..

6:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

note to: Where's Scotty & Fiddy???

here's the trick: canadians can't vote in american elections. if they could, W wouldn't be in office right now.

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Gordon said...

Those round fields shown in the post above are potatoes. Each round field has a water supply out to the middle, and a large boom rotates around the center to water it.

2:05 PM  
Blogger Yippybitz said...

Just incase no one figured out what the round fields were on the map:
They are fields that have pivot systems on them. They're giant sprinklers that are stationary on one end & the other end slowly creeps around the field to water the crops....thus why the fields look circular from the top.

2:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Giver guys,I heard about you on CBC Radio one.Slew .Keep on truckin'


2:47 PM  
Blogger famechaser said...

I don't think those are pivoting sprinkler fields - that's an ancient myth. They're actually the work of large Reese' Peanut Butter Cups. Honest.

7:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you sure the circles are crop circles made by some life form other than human? Ha Ha

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The crops are round and they are about the size of chicken fried steaks. Coincidence? I think not.

8:50 PM  

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