Here's What One American Family Saw While Driving Cross-Country During The Pandemic

One young family doesn’t let Covid-19 stop their epic voyage from Brooklyn to L. A.

5/24/2020 10:18:00 PM

One family continues their big move from Brooklyn to L.A., despite the conditions, documenting the stories of the amazing people they meet along the way.

One young family doesn’t let Covid-19 stop their epic voyage from Brooklyn to L. A.

When my family and I decided to move from New York to Los Angeles in February, we planned for everything short of a worldwide pandemic. But that’s just what happened. We didn’t let Covid-19 stop us. Instead, we rented an RV, packed our 6 week old daughter and 2 year old son into it and hit the open road. We had to move forward. We had no other option.

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This series is the document of not just our journey, but of all the incredible entrepreneurs, small-town politicians and ordinary Americans we encountered along the way.EPISODE 1: BROOKLYN, NYBefore leaving New York, Nick stopped by Tom's Restaurant in Brooklyn to learn how the beloved, 84-year-old institution is holding up during the coronavirus pandemic.

EPISODE 2: BALTIMORE, MDComic book store owner Rob Reese outlines the unique challenges facing the niche industry. When he took the reins of 41-year-old Alternate Worlds Comics last fall, he could never have anticipated what he's up against today.

EPISODE 3: WAYNESBORO, VADuring a stop in Waynesboro, VA, Nick interviews Mayor Terry Short, Jr. to hear how the small town in the Blue Ridge mountains is coping with the pandemic, and the family has an unexpected encounter with bed bugs. EPISODE 4: NASHVILLE, TN

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