Rental car: Saturn Ion with a CD player.
Miles driven: 3,542
States visited: Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Regular Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine.
Weather: Varied, but nice for the most part. I was able to walk around Manhattan in just a sweater, which was pleasant.
Countries visited: Canada (Ontario)
Sights seen: A bunch of Amish people in a supermarket - Lagrange, IN. National Football Hall Of Fame (just the gift shop), Johnny Applecheese Market, the famed "Tiki Bar", and Wm. McKinley's gravesite - Canton, OH. Monticello, UVA campus, and my dad's girlfriend (not that she's a sight, but this is the first time I've met a girlfriend of my dad's, so it warranted mentioning) - Charlottesville, VA. Some bar in Charlotte NC that had $1 PBR's and $1 pizza slices. Big-ass war machines, The historic Page House Inn, and one of the best video rental places I've ever seen - Norfolk, VA. Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Times Square, Central Park, blah blah blah - NYC, NY. A bunch of pretty shit - Maine. Niagara Falls - New York/Ontario.
-People in Virginia don't understand the concept that the left lane is for passing (Sorry, Megan). Even in North Carolina, the four people I passed on the right all had Virginia plates.
-The best barbers are in the south.
-People in the south love waffles almost as much as people in the northeast love donuts.
-New York City cab drivers like to yell.
-People who blog are among the friendliest people out there.
I'm sure there's more I'll think of. I'll also answer questions if y'all have any...