A cabin stands in a field, just off the highway. Its doors and windows are gone, and sunlight filters through gaps in the thick timbers. Its roof sags under its own weight. Behind the cabin, Montana’s Tobacco Root Mountains rise like a painted backdrop. Brown foothills dusted with pine trees give way to jagged gray peaks in the distance. The road and a barbed-wire fence are the only other human structures in sight. Continue reading Trucks Like Tree Rings
San Francisco is one of the most visited cities in North America, yet I’d never had the pleasure of visiting until now. I had less than one day to check it out. Like a good book, I left wanting more. Continue reading ‘Gramming 24 Hours in San Francisco
My friends over at Matador Network drove across Nevada, exploring what makes it such a weird and wonderful place to road … Continue reading What Makes Nevada Great for Roadtripping?
I have a lot of great memories seeing the country from the back of my parents’ van. Then I grew … Continue reading 4 Signs Your Trips are Replicants