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Go BIG or Go Home
A mom blogger who truly appreciates the large and unusual that is available for free not just all over the country, but in our own backyards. Follow her adventures as she coerces her family along on the adventure.
Scan the Van
Two Road Trippers in the truest sense of the word. Follow their photos and blogs as they make their way across the United States in a Pop Top Van.
Born in America and raised in Italy, this is the tale of a
Travellers discovery and love of the American southwest. Translated
from Italian to English!
Marie's World Tour
Marie is a personal heroine of Roadchix, having sold and stored
all of her worldly possessions to travel around the world
any which way she can without using a plane. You can follow
her adventures as she journeys from continent to continent.
I stumbled across this one day while I was doing research.
Another pair of travelers, only these two pepper their trips
with Extreme Adventures.
Philip Greenspan, the author of this tale, takes the reader
and viewer through the trials of life, traveling, experiencing
and of simply living.
Let Me Stay for a Day
He left his home in the Netherlands with a backpack filled
with clothing, a digital camera and a mobile phone. He's traveling
the world to visit people who invite him over.
The Roadwaves - Women Who Wander
Here's a taste of the Roadwaves: "Why am I here? I'm
still trying to answer that one. Let me get back to you. Why
a web page? Because it's almost as good as a therapist, narcissist
that I am."
The Saraphina Mosey - Republic of Ireland
Drive an antique Italian sportscar to the edge of nowhere,
reflect in a 1200 year-old dry-stone oratory, stand in the
shadow of a crumbling 15th century castle, learn the fine
art of peat-fire building, try publishing at the end of the
telecommunications highway, examine a 2000 year-old stone
fort, spot a Leprechaun on the Ring of Kerry, stalk puffins
on the Skellig Islands, follow a rainbow around Ireland's
second highest mountain and discover why a Waterford glass
cutter gets paid by the piece.
Chad's Dad dot com
Don't ask who Chad's Dad is, we haven't figured that out ourselves.
But as Kim says: "The site is mostly for the sole purpose
of our selfishness. It contains photos, stories and witty
anecdotes about road trips, overseas trips, day trips etc.
So buckle your seat belts. You're in for a bumpy ride."