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Hi, I’m Ricardo, I must say I really like this whole idea of taking back roads to see the real soul of America. Please tell me which are some of your best trips across the USA you have taken? have you travelled from the northeast towards California?. love to hear your wonderful stories.
Hi Ricardo! Thank you so much – I really appreciate your kind words, and I love that you’re enjoying the site!
As a matter of fact, I’ve actually written a post about my favorite back road drives – although it’s out of date, and needs to be updated!
Here’s the link: https://takebackroads.com/2020/04/09/great-american-road-trips-favorite-back-roads-in-america/
Additionally, I’ve driven cross country, from PA to Northern California and back, at least six times since 2019. Here is one of the posts I’ve written about those trips: https://takebackroads.com/2022/05/05/cross-country-road-trip-itinerary/
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Marvelous and helpful series of articles. Thank you, Scott! You’ve taken the sting out of how to get started and helped to make it fun and manageable!
Thank you so much Tracy! I’m really glad you’re enjoying the blogs! Check out the “Road Trip Resources” category for more helpful posts!
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Really great and informative articles/posts! I’ve done a couple cross-country trips, and am about to begin the long trip back to WA State (am currently in the Sullivan County Catskills) and was debating doing the Northern route or middle route. I am now better able to make a more informed decision. Thanks. If you have any info re: Glacier National Park, I’d love to read it.
Hi Amy! Thank you for the wonderful feedback! I’m glad that you found my post to be informative and helpful!
Sadly, Glacier still remains on my to-do list, so I don’t have anything to share unfortunately. I’m sorry!
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Hey, thank you so much for this extensive write up. I am as green as it can get when it comes to adventure riding but I am soon (in weeks) embarking on my first. Having read your pieces for hours one thing I didn’t find was abt self defence. Do I need to carry a gun or any kind of defence weapon with me?
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Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it.
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