Werling Boys Road Trip: U.S. 6 East from Bay to Bay

Jason Werling
Jun 13, 2014


“Are you the guy that takes his kids on the road trips?” “Are you going on the road trip this year?” Where are you going this year?” 

The boys and I have have been stopped a few times with questions on this year’s Road Trip.

Yes, we are doing a road trip. Yes, it will be published in the Register. And no, we don’t have room for everyone who has offered to ride with us in the vehicle provided by Victory Honda. 

This year’s trip will start on U.S. 6 (E. Washington Street) in downtown Sandusky and we will head east on 6 until it ends somewhere in Massachusetts. 

You can join us, just not in the car, as our five-day trip will be blogged live at sanduskyregister.com/b2b starting Monday, June 30 and will be available to read each day in the Sandusky Register. Our trip will end on July 4 on the east coast.

Area businesses have already joined our trip and I’d like to thank the early birds here…Victory Honda, Dockside Accommodations, Lake Erie Shores & IslandsReMax Quality Realty, The Old Dutch, Cameo Pizza, Cedar Lanes, Class of 2000 Streak of Excellence Scholarship, Sandusky Steel, Bayshore Beverage/Maples Motel, Sandusky Paint, Green Door Media Works, Scarlett O’Hair, Bay Area Soccer League, BGSU Firelands and Mulvin Farms

E-mail me at werling@sanduskyregister.com if you are interested in becoming a sponsor, the deadline is June 20.



Have fun and stay safe.

Jason Werling

Thanks sash, we will on both accounts.


That sounds great. Wishing you and the boys a wonderful and safe trip. I always enjoy following along with your blog.

Jason Werling

Thanks tk


Been there, Provincetown, Mass. That was about 60 years ago. Enjoy! Have a safe trip.

Jason Werling

A little pricey to stay in Provincetown, but we will be driving all the way to the end and staying somewhere more inland.


Common Sense

I hope that you and the boys will spend adequate time enjoying both sides of the road when you hit the peninsula. Truro and Eastham are great spots to stop for photography, beach time, and don't forget Marconi's station (first transatlantic telegraph message) in Wellfleet.

Jason Werling

Thanks Common Sense, I print out all of the suggestions and we will do our best to check them out.