In our special series, "Dave Price: No Way Home," "Early Show" weather anchor and features reporter Dave Price is traveling across the country with what started out as just $50 to his name.
Last Friday, we left Dave on the Santa Monica pier in California with $50 and a backpack. From there, it was up to him to find his way back to New York.
How did he do?
On Friday, Dave caught a ride from Santa Monica to Orange County. He babysat, did laundry and washed an SUV for a family -- who then took him on a private plane to Las Vegas. Once there, he worked at the CBS affiliate KLAS, reporting traffic and weather for about $5.
So, without any money, Dave slept by the pool at a hotel. He was offered a free room, but as "Early Show" co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez pointed out, he couldn't accept it because he hadn't earned it.
On Saturday, Dave sold a shirt, and made some money back. Then he caught a ride on a Winnebago to Meteor Crater, Ariz., where he slept in the tow car.
Dave woke up on Sunday at a truck stop in Winslow, Ariz., and convinced a trucker to give him a ride to a balloon festival in Albuquerque, N.M.
He checked in with "The Early Show" from there Monday morning.
To see how Dave's fared on his journey so far, click on the video below.
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