New Hampshire (crew)
Road Trip (to New Hampshire)!
Grab the Twizzlers, some \’80s mix CDs and an atlas! It\’s time to hit the road.
OK, it\’s a little different than the road trips from college, being that a television hostess sat shotgun (Twizzlers still remain, however).
But here we are, after packing up our rented SUV (camera equipment on top, obviously), getting ready for our five-hour trek north. Packing for this one was no easy feat – we had to be prepared for the ski mountain in New Hampshire, which was to be immediately followed by the beaches of Cabo, and the happening nightlife of Vegas. It\’s fair to say that the majority of my closet was shoved into a suitcase.
I\’ll be honest – I was a little bit concerned when we received the list of destinations and I saw New Hampshire/Maine on it. Not because it\’s not a cool place to visit (in fact, it\’s one of my favorite parts of the country), but because I thought it\’d have a difficult time keeping up with the more traditional vacation destinations you\’ll be seeing on the series: Miami, San Francisco, Hawaii.
Those concerns ended up being unfounded – we had an awesome time filming all the hidden spots our neighbors to the northeast had in store for us, despite our producer Ginny have a vicious case of vertigo/nausea/the spins/dizziness. There were good times had around every corner – from our gorgeous hotel to Pat\’s Peak, from Flo\’s Hot Dogs to Jumpin\’ Jay\’s Fish Cafe – and I can\’t wait to take another road trip up 95 — this time for leisure, although it\’s hardly fair to call this job \”WORK.\”