Just Jot January – 2022

The word for the day in #JusJoJan thanks to Dan is gobbledygook. It made me think of all the medical transcription that I do. A lot of the terminology is gobbledygook to many and the handwriting of the doctors could be considered chicken scratch. Fortunately I can usually understand it all, though if the doctor who is dictating has an accent, it sounds pretty gobbley (is that a word?) to me too.

In the #Bloganuary Challenge, the question is about a road trip we’d like to do. When we were younger, the hubby and I had a retirement vision to get a motor home and see a baseball game in every major league stadium. He’d play a round of golf in all those areas too. However, he had a back injury at work and although he is okay now, it is very difficult for him to sit for long periods of time in confined spaces so we’ve had to put that dream away, at least in that form. Now we’re thinking about doing a train trip across the country. We figure there would be more leg room on a train and he could get up and stretch if he needed to. I did see this map though:

And here are the places you’d see:

Here is the list of the landmarks you’d stop at in each state on this road trip:

1. Grand Canyon, AZ

2. Bryce Canyon National Park, UT

3. Craters of the Moon National Monument, ID

4. Yellowstone National Park, WY

5. Pikes Peak, CO

6. Carlsbad Caverns National Park, NM

7. The Alamo, TX

8. The Platt Historic District, OK

9. Toltec Mounds, AR

10. Elvis Presley’s Graceland, TN

11. Vicksburg National Military Park, MS

12. French Quarter, New Orleans, LA

13. USS Alabama, AL

14. Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL

15. Okefenokee Swamp Park, GA

16. Fort Sumter National Monument, SC

17. Lost World Caverns, WV

18. Wright Brothers National Memorial Visitor Center, NC

19. Mount Vernon, VA

20. White House, Washington, DC

21. Colonial Annapolis Historic District, MD

22. New Castle Historic District, Delaware

23. Cape May Historic District, NJ

24. Liberty Bell, PA

25. Statue of Liberty, NY

26. The Mark Twain House & Museum, CT

27. The Breakers, RI

28. USS Constitution, MA

29. Acadia National Park, ME

30. Mount Washington Hotel, NH

31. Shelburne Farms, VT

32. Fox Theater, Detroit, MI

33. Spring Grove Cemetery, OH

34. Mammoth Cave National Park, KY

35. West Baden Springs Hotel, IN

36. Abraham Lincoln’s Home, IL

37. Gateway Arch, MO

38. C. W. Parker Carousel Museum, KS

39. Terrace Hill Governor’s Mansion, IA

40. Taliesin, WI

41. Fort Snelling, MN

42. Ashfall Fossil Bed, NE

43. Mount Rushmore, SD

44. Fort Union Trading Post, ND

45. Glacier National Park, MT

46. Hanford Site, WA

47. Columbia River Highway, OR

48. San Francisco Cable Cars, CA

49. San Andreas Fault, CA

50. Hoover Dam, NV

We’d start from San Francisco of course. How about you? Road trip? Do you understand the gobbledygook of the medical terminology? See you tomorrow.

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12 Responses to Just Jot January – 2022

  1. I think train trips are great but you’d have to miss so many wonderful places that weren’t on the route. There are so many amazing sights to see… I hope you and your husband are able to explore many of them. Happy 2022!

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    That would be a wonderful trip. On the other hand, I’d like the rail trip, too.

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  3. This looks like a grand trip

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  4. willowdot21 says:

    Well that trip will certainly keep you both very busy I hope you achieve all or part of it.
    As for gobbledygook well it’s everywhere isn’t it 💜

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  5. I hadn’t even seen your post when you commented on my blog!
    And I suggested the same thing- a train trip!
    What a coinkydink (I tried taking inspiration from gobbledygook. I don’t know vhy but hearing it makes me smile!)

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  6. LA says:

    Acadia and Bryce first…then everything else!


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