Nope, the nearest Petsmart or similar is 3+ hours away, I live in a very small town on the coast of Oregon
Please forgive me if I sound short or anything, I just got home a few minutes ago, having left the house at 8am (it is now after 11pm). It was a long drive, but so exciting, and so worth it.
She never showed any signs of fear, and ate and curiously peered at us throughout the whole drive home (on my 12 year old's lap in her airline carrier). We got home, put fresh food/water/treats in her new cage, and opened the carrier.
She again didn't show any sign of fear, just quietly appraised the situation and within a few seconds, climbed out of her carrier onto my hand and from there onto her new cage.
She climbed around for a bit, but of course it is late for a parrot and she is sleepy.
She is hanging upside down like a bat though, trying to fall asleep like that