In This Issue:
Hitchhiking Safety Revisited
Statistics on highway safety from the FBI, California Department of Transportation and elsewhere showing hitchhiking not as dangerous as touted.
Road to Hana
A woman and her father roadtrip the Road to Hana, on the Hawaiian island of Maui, meeting locals, riding horses and discovering the island’s history.
The Olympic Peninsula
Snowboarder, avalanche chaser and dream liver Matthew Kuhar teaches us the ins, outs and why you may never want to leaves about Washinton state’s Olympic Peninsula.
The Mama Bus Trip
The tale of two women, one an already experienced traveler, the other a farming mother from New England, and how they organized, planned and raised the funds to take their combined eleven children on a two month roadtrip around the United States.
A short story of a man named Henry, who gained everything from losing everything. Part of an ongoing tale.
Avenue of the Giants
W. Anderson, our resident storyteller, tells the tale of a man on his bicycle seeking freedom and finding…well, a wolfman?
American Roadside Attractions
Why are we so infatuated with these oddities, these marvels of the American road? Not your average “Roadside Attractions” list…
US Route 66, & the History of the US Highway System
A walk down memory lane, from when when it was a bicycle trail to the modern Interstate Freeway.
Interview with Roadtrippers
James was born in the English countryside and began trekking Africa at age 3. Tatiana got her Phd somewhere between Hawaii and Berlin. They have created one amazing website with one goal: roadtripping.
The Great American Roadtrip
Introduction to the roadtripping issue, where Nathan speaks of how his first roadtrip changed him forever, for the better.