Thirteen excellent adventures, exploring the back roads in various regions throughout Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Virginia
Take Back Roads presents our comprehensive guide on how to take an excellent cross country road trip on a tight budget!
Twenty (two!) questions with a cross country solo traveler!
Last year, I collaborated with roughly 40 travel bloggers to put together the first installment of the Great American Road Trip series. That behemoth of a post looked at the best back roads on a state-by-state basis. While it’s a very comprehensive look at some of the best road trips in the country, it was… Continue reading Great American Road Trips, Part 2: My Favorite Back Roads in America
Two guys drive a 1969 Porsche 911 Convertible cross country, camping and collecting stories as they navigate their way along America’s scenic byways and historic highways
During a California camping road trip, the author happens upon one of the greatest campsites in America
There is a place where the pavement ends… where civilization and the impact of humanity falls away, where nature finally begins…
The Flight 93 Memorial near Somerset PA is a very powerful monument to a very painful moment in American history. In the blink of an eye, a nondescript field and treeline amidst the bucolic rolling hills of Western Pennsylvania was transformed forever. By visiting the site which honors the victims of the acts of terrorism… Continue reading How to Take the Scenic Route from Pittsburgh to the Flight 93 Memorial
A story about life, liberty, and riding motorcycles, written by guest author Brian Kohl: You ever plan the way something is going to go, and it blows up in your face? Like most people, I have faced a few life-changing decisions in the past few years. I exited the military after almost 8 years of… Continue reading My Time in the Fast Lane, as Lived by a Moderately Slow Man
The first installment about our trip North to Mohonk Mountain House.