Hey, America: What Do You Have In Your Trunk?

People love to make lists. And when Morning Edition asked its Facebook and Twitter followers to share what they keep in the trunks of their cars, the response was huge.

Producer Travis Larchuk called some of those commenters and met them at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to take a peek in their trunks.

  • Clara Shuler of South Carolina keeps soda, baby powder and lots of shoes in her trunk.
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    Clara Shuler of South Carolina keeps soda, baby powder and lots of shoes in her trunk.
  • Guy LeValley of College Park, Md., displays the biking contents of his trunk: an atlas, a tarp and some tools.
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    Guy LeValley of College Park, Md., displays the biking contents of his trunk: an atlas, a tarp and some tools.
  • Diane Evans and W. Marshall Evans from Philadelphia and their trunk contents of water bottles, bags and umbrellas.
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    Diane Evans and W. Marshall Evans from Philadelphia and their trunk contents of water bottles, bags and umbrellas.
  • David Raba, Nick Petito and Franz Dreher just arrived in D.C. after a roadtrip from Calif. In their trunk: luggage, shot glasses and energy drinks.
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    David Raba, Nick Petito and Franz Dreher just arrived in D.C. after a roadtrip from Calif. In their trunk: luggage, shot glasses and energy drinks.

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