We asked Rob and Kelley questions that YOU (the fans!) sent in via social media! Read what they said about their time in the game and what their favorite adventure was while running the race.
Mike P: What did the Amazing Race do for you and your relationship? Did it make it stronger?
Rob: Absolutely made it stronger.
Kelley: We were a strong couple to start with and we left a stronger couple
Myriam M: Cruz Do you think looking back you should have gotten off the metro and gotten into a taxi?
Kelley: Absolutely, but hindsight is 20/20. We shouldn't have gotten off when the Chippendales did, but we had to take a second metro by getting off the first and walking a few blocks. That's when we should have taken a cab.
Heather R: What was your favorite adventure and how does it compare to a monster truck rally??
Kelley: Probably jumping off the bridge at the starting line. It was exciting, something we'd never done. I didn't know if I could do it, like when I drove a Monster truck for the first time. I wasn't sure I could do that either and it felt great afterwards, just like jumping off the bridge did.
Breana V: What was the most difficult challenge you had to overcome throughout your entire time on the Amazing Race?
Kelley: Building the scale. The heat of the day, I was already dehydrated from running around and I had a thermal shirt on. And everything was so tall and I'm so short, I had to move huge stones just to get up high enough. It was exhausting.
Rob: Eating four full bowls of fallopian tubes.
Tina T: So how has your life's changed since the show? And if there was one thing you would have done different, what would have it been?
Kelley: Our life hasn't changed since the show. We live our life wide open and were constantly on the go. If we're not doing monster truck shows we're doing rodeos or other things.
Rob: I would've won the million dollars!
Millisa M: Which team was the most helpful during your time on the Race?
Kelley: We really didn't get help from any other teams. We liked the Beekmans the best and James & Abba too. We got along with most everyone but a lot of them are younger than us. We're from a different generation.