All posts tagged: roadtrips

A Girl and her GPS by Lola Steel

What do you have when you combine one road trip, one GPS navigation device (lovingly referred to as Missy G) and two trusting vehicle occupants? You have the following peek into my recent road trip with my partner, Louise as we experience travel through rush […]

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The Road to Zumba by Tim Vincent

When I think to myself that I’ve ‘travelled’ in certain countries, it’s a slightly false feeling. The truth is, wherever I’ve been, I’ve moved through that place along a very thin line. The same can be said for most who’ve travelled. But some of those […]

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Loneliness by Nils Peterson

Bus across the fells of Mull – road, a single lane between hills barren, brown – hardly a sheep to note our coming. Bus mostly filled with the collared clergy, heavy-voiced, though on retreat – and some chattering women of the church. I feel superior, […]

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Rambler by Gerard Sarnat

Leaving the place I was born three score and more behind in Cincinnati after perhaps visiting Dad for the last time live and kicking, the sole reason I ended my 410-mile motorcycle ride today in nearby Paducah KY (best name ever) was soas I could […]

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Thinking like a Mountain

The Snowy Mountain Range in Medicine Bow National Forest (Wyoming) Narrative by Shelli Rottschafer/Photography by Daniel J Combs Saturday morning October 6, 2018 we cruised in our rented neon-blue Mitsubishi Outlander.  Highway I-80 West was completely fogged in.  Ahead, the glowing red taillights of tractor […]

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