Podcast episode 100 is available by clicking below.  It is also available on iTunes, Pocket Cast, and Spotify under the travel architect.

After nearly three and a half years of podcasting, we’ve hit our 100th episode. We’re celebrating by doing absolutely nothing different. Both the joke and the national day are harbingers of our looming return to the classroom. The husband attempts to smooth things over with a silky Travel Quiz. We learn what Trip Advisor devotees rank as the best sights to see in the world, then discuss our recent visits to Scotts Bluff National Monument and Carhenge, neither of which make the Trip Advisor list. We finish with news of our most recent local “travel,” undertaken only yesterday.  Let’s just say it was a ball. A twine ball (wink, wink).

Episode 100: The 100th Episode!


Previous blog posts referenced or hinted at in this episode:

As promised, pictures of the Carhenge shirt:

First he did this ridiculous “come hither” pose.

Ridiculous

Then I said, “Do it holding one of the cats.” The cat did not want to be held. Hilarity ensued.

19 thoughts

  1. I enjoyed the quiz section of the podcast. I learned a lot about the
    Silk Road, er Route. I agree that anybody that takes 17 years to go from India to China isn’t trying hard enough.

    Congratulations on the 100th episode! That takes a lot of effort and commitment to do that. And happy back to school. We went back on August 3rd but we have off 6 weeks for Christmas/Chinese New Year so we get like double big breaks this year.

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  2. Today was my first day back to work so I share your disapproval of national relaxation day.

    Also, that TripAdvisor list is strange. I mean… Garden of the Gods is neat. But #9 in the world? Nope. Definitely not.

    Congrats on 100 episodes!

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  3. Congrats on your 100th! A hundred of anything is always awesome, and something like a podcast requires quite a lot of dedication, not just for the actual recording, but everything else that goes in before that. Here’s to many hundreds more to come (though I’m sure you’ve heard this encouragement ample times already).

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  4. Congratulations on 100 posts!! Very educational quiz on the Silk Route. Of all the beautiful and interesting places in the U.S., Garden of the Gods doesn’t belong on that list. I’ve always thought it would be cool to see Carhenge, but never wanted to make that boring drive – thanks for confirming that!

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