Since we’re back out on the road and I’m benefiting from this–a reblog of great info.
This blog has been reporting on road trips almost back to its beginning, including an early musing from me. A road trip includes the objective of getting from point A to point B, but can encompass an enormous variety of recreational and entertainment activities.
Road trips are as individual and idiosyncratic as the people who take them. The trips that I take with Miriam typically try to address both of our interests and traveling styles. Prior to the appearance of the Web in the mid-1990s, printed guidebooks were the leading source of guidance for crafting a road trip, but now an overwhelming breadth and depth of information about what’s out there along your route can be at your fingertips within seconds. Native American archaeological sites, Spanish colonial missions, Civil War battlefields, model solar systems, botanical gardens, giant fruit and vegetable sculptures–you can theme a trip on any or any…
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