Dodge Wants You To Take (And Find) A Journey: The Midwest

It’s time for the 2nd Dodge Journey. The first was found in the Sierra Nevada, near Sorensens, California. Now it’s in the Midwest, an area where I live, though not according to Dodge’s map. Here’s the clues. They can also be found on Dodge’s YouTube channel.

200 miles: Well, it looks like it’s leaving a major city. It passed though Yukon, OK…a suburb of Oklahoma City. It’s on Route 66. A parade. El Reno, another suburb of Oklahoma City. Crossing a bridge. Dairy Best Drive In, that looks to be in Clinton, OK…still on Route 66. And the Journey is somewhere near a hot air balloon.

150 miles: The world’s largest fried onion hamburger. That’s in El Reno, OK. We were already there. But you might want to eat it “as far away as humanly possible”. Like in a field with a lone tree.

100 miles: This one is tougher. These seem to be cabins in Red Rock Canyon State Park, near Hinton, in west-central Oklahoma.

50 miles: Getting hotter. The Route 66 Museum in Clinton, OK. We’ve discovered that the Journey is definitely in Oklahoma. The 25 mile clue is next, and it’s coming at an unknown time. So I may or may not be here for a real-time update. Contrary to popular belief, I actually do leave the house sometimes.

It’s been found. In the Black Kettle National Grassland, close to Cheyenne, OK.

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About joshw24
30 year old guy. Into sports, pop culture, advertising, and trivia among other things.

4 Responses to Dodge Wants You To Take (And Find) A Journey: The Midwest

  1. Meagan says:

    The dodge you tube was way slow. Thanks for posting this. The live feed says you can set up an email for clues. Do you know where to do this? Thanks!

  2. joshw24 says:

    Hmm, I’m not sure actually. But I’ll be updating in real time, at least through the 50 mile clue. If you go on Dodge’s YouTube channel, you can also check out the “Channel Comments”. Those seem to be pretty new.

  3. kayles says:

    i want to find it!

  4. Brendan says:

    This is SO cool! I live in a town 4 miles north of Clinton called Arapaho!

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