Thelma and Louise, they're not.
Julia Yarbough is a fit 44-year-old woman who wants to find herself a man. Her best friend, Silva Harapetian, is her sidekick/wing-woman/instigator.
"The reality is once you get past a certain age, things become tragic and comical if you're single," said Harapetian.
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The two decided Yarbough's quest for love was bigger than one city, or one state. It would take a trip across the country to find that special someone.
"I have been single for longer than I care to remember," said Yarbough, who left her reporting job at the NBC station in Miami.
That's when she decided to combine her love of travel with her quest for a mate. So, Yarbough and Harapetian packed up an SUV and headed west, with some minor success.
While in New Orleans, one enamored suitor did make a marriage proposal -- not to Yarbough -- but to her wing-woman Harapetian.
"So the marriage proposal came ... not for me, basically," Yarbough said.
Harapetian declined the matrimony, and the pair continued west.
"The more places I go and the more people I meet, the more chances I have of opening my pool of people as potential mates," said Yarbough.
So far, they've made it just passed Texas. In Austin, Yarbough found romance.
"Mr. S was somebody that we met by accident, " said Yarbough.
The pair went on three dates, and Yarbough says there's definitely a connection.
But will she be heading back to Texas after the road trip is complete?
Her wing-woman answers that question:
"Yes, she will be back because I haven't heard her be excited or talk about someone or enjoy a date as much as she did with Mr. S," Harapetian said.