Dave Price may have to figure out how to get back to the Lower 48 as his first order of business in his upcoming "No Way Home" trek.
The "Early Show" weather anchor will begin his weeklong journey Nov. 12 with only a one-way ticket, $50, some technical devices (including a Windows Phone provided by Microsoft to record his travels) and his wits to get him back home to New York. He'll be depending in large part on the kindness of strangers.
The question is - what will his starting point be?
And "Early Show" viewers have been voting, both online and via cell phone, for the place from which they'd like to see him start.
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The attractions in play are:
As of Friday morning, Anchorage was running away with it, with 48 percent of the online and cell phone votes. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse was a distant second, at 20 percent. The San Diego Zoo was third, at 17 percent. It was followed by Seattle's Pike Place Market, at 9 percent, and san Francisco's Fisherman's Whart, with 5 percent.
TO CAST YOUR VOTE, click here.
Keep checking our special "No Way Home" page to keep up on Dave's travels. And of course, you can follow him on Twitter (@earlyshowdave) and on "The Early Show" Facebook page. You can also write in via e-mail at NoWayHome@cbsnews.com.
Meantime, Dave's pending trip is already grabbing media attention.