Take Back Roads’ presents our custom built Road Trip Playlist: Our Favorite Driving and Travel Songs
What to do on a beautiful Saturday during the long Labor Day weekend? We quickly settled the “dilemma”, choosing a drive to the Lehigh Valley, and a walk on the campus of Lehigh University in Bethlehem PA, Mike’s alma mater. With the luxury of time, we headed out for the day, planning to drive Interstate-78… Continue reading Time Well Spent–The Back Road From Lehigh University
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An in-depth look at tips and techniques on how to travel on back roads
Twenty (two!) questions with a cross country solo traveler!
There is a place where the pavement ends… where civilization and the impact of humanity falls away, where nature finally begins…
Tired of the string of brake lights to start and end your work day? We invite you to consider a better alternative.
Words cannot describe last night’s ride. I’m going to try, but I’m sure I’m going to fail miserably. The ride cam wasn’t set up, but even if it had been, I’ve not been thrilled with it lately so I don’t know how good of pictures I would’ve gotten. One final caveat – I’ve been proclaiming this… Continue reading 528 to Foxburg
Saturday’s ride from Richmond to DC provided us with ideal weather – high 60’s to low 70’s, mostly clear with a couple cottony clouds breaking up the uniformity of the bright powder-blue sky. After back-tracking on 250 West from Richmond, we picked up 522 North. The first 20 – 25 miles on 522 wound and… Continue reading The Trip that started it all….. (Part 2 – Richmond to DC – 125 miles)
A couple quick thoughts before I begin. First, this map is close to our actual ride, but not exact. I removed the destinations to protect the privacy of those we visited. Second, this ride (and blog) was broken up over three days – Pittsburgh to Richmond, Richmond to DC, and DC back to Pittsburgh. Third,… Continue reading The Trip that started it all….. (Part 1 – Pittsburgh to Richmond – 375 miles)