Canadian couple sets world record taking 5-month-old daughter to every US state
A Canadian couple Tristan Yeats and Cindy Lim recently went on an adventure to visit all 50 US states. This happened during Cindy's maternity leave.
According to the couple, it has always been their dream to visit all 50 states in the US and saw a maternity leave as a good chance to finally fulfil their dream.
This was also a mission to set a world record for their 5-month-old daughter, Harper whom they took along on this journey.
They spoke to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about their adventure.
This was a goal we set for ourselves when we first moved to Canada from Australia a long time ago.Tristan Yeats
When Harper was coming along, we knew that Cindy will take her maternity leave and we thought it would be a great opportunity for me take some time off, primarily for both of us to be full-time parents and we figured since we have that time why don't we kill two birds with one stone and finish up our 50 states goal.Tristan Yeats
Highlights for me would be the states where our family made some good memories. I really liked Bismarck in North Dakota, that's where Harper really learned how to laugh...Cindy Lim
To hear all about Tristan and Cindy 50 states journey, listen below:
Watch their video below:
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