Issue #802 | May 2020
The National Monuments
Less visited than National Parks, often just as beautiful.
Also in This Issue:
The Journey: A Mexican Family Picks Up a Hitchhiker in British Columbia
Georgina discusses the etymology of the word journey, explores art, and recants a tale of picking up a hitchhiker.
Roadschooling with the National Monuments: Slavery, the Civil War and Civil Rights
A journey from Ohio, through the South, exploring the history of oppression our nation has suffered upon black people, from the first slaves brought to Virginia through George Washington’s role and into the Civil Rights Movement.
Career Shift: from an office content writer to a home-based project owner
Nicole talks about losing her job and making a new remote position for herself.
All the National Monuments with Camping
State-by-state guide to national monuments, some of the best kept secrets in the United States, and specifically those with camping within their boundaries.
Amazing Hiking Destinations That Will Restore You, Body And Soul
Hikes that’ll change more than just your daily caloric requirements.
How to Create Financial Independence
Both abstract concepts and concrete examples of how to create your own business, the first step in making all of your dreams come true. It worked for us!