Blog Posts - Road Trips



Seeing Taiwan Through My Sister’s Eyes

It's exciting when someone visits us in Taiwan. Seeing Taiwan through someone's eyes for the first time is rewarding, especially when it's your sister. Continue Reading →...
by My Several Worlds on Oct 4, 2016

The Lollipop Cemetery

Such an undignified name for such a solemn place: the Shaker cemetery in Harvard, Massachusetts, one remnant of the industrious community of Shaker non-genealogical families that resided in this beautiful Massachusetts town from 1769 until the First...
by streets of salem on Aug 26, 2016

How knowledgeable are you on your road signs before you go on holiday outside the UK?

Here's an interesting article for anyone planning European road trip. How knowledgeable are you on your road signs before you go on holiday outside the UK?
by My Car Heaven on Aug 22, 2016

Why traveling to Central Asia should be on your bucket list

Where traveling to Asia is concerned, countries in the southeast or Pacific tend to get the majority of attention. Central Asia, on the other hand, is overlooked by most. Situated south of Russia, west of China and north of Iran and Pakistan, the cou...
by BarePockets on Aug 18, 2016

Tips for Taking Road Trips with Dogs + Coco’s Favorite Banana Cupcakes

If you’re planning a road trip with your dog, here are a few tips to help ensure everyone arrives healthy and happy…or at least sane. . Disclosure: Post includes sponsored content for eBay. All thoughts, opinions & love for summer smo...
by is this REALLY my life? on Jul 28, 2016

Area 51, Where Are You?

We continued our Epic Road Trip and drove through the desert. I expected temperatures to soar as we approached Death Valley. I mean, it’s the scorched valley of death and hell on Earth to all who enter, right? I had packed two gallons of water,...
by Susie Lindau's Wild Ride on Jun 29, 2016

The Epic Road Trip Continues

We were on an epic road trip. The gap between our car and our son’s began to close. He and his posse had an earlier start and were a couple hours ahead, but pulling a trailer has its way of slowing a car down. They were only 25 miles ahead. We...
by Susie Lindau's Wild Ride on Jun 28, 2016

Epic Road Trip

I’m writing my 501st post in my car. Don’t worry, I’m not driving. Danny has both hands on the wheel, but he’s going 85 MPH in the right lane. I know! I’ve always called him an old man with a hat, but he’s cruising...
by Susie Lindau's Wild Ride on Jun 26, 2016

Tornado, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming

Tornado, June 1959, Droid Shots, Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming, May 2016, photo © 2016 by QuoinMonkey. All rights reserved. In June 1959, a tornado roared over the south rim of the canyon directly before you. Its path was along Granite Creek to your l...
by redRavine on Jun 22, 2016

Black Hills Institute, South Dakota

Prehistoric, Droid Shots, Hill City, South Dakota, June 2016, photo © 2016 by QuoinMonkey. All rights reserved.   bone to bone they fly / 50 million years ago / ocean desert sky   ___________________________________________ Road trip acr...
by redRavine on Jun 11, 2016

Off- Road Adventure – 8 Marvellous Tips For a Superb Beach Driving Experience

All those traveling freaks, who enjoy driving to a great extent including both men and women, always have a dream of exploring the off-road place with self-drive cars like campervans and motorhomes in order to have that quintessential traveling exper...
by best places of interest on Jun 1, 2016

10 European Road Trips to Take This Summer

From America’s Route 66 to Australia’s Great Ocean Road to South Africa’s Garden Route, the world is full of unforgettable road trips, but don’t write off Europe for your next adventure. Whether you want to hire a campervan and get off the be...
by Viator Travel Blog on May 23, 2016

Places to visit for Road Trips

Road trips truly define adventure. Long rides and journeys are the best ways of interacting with nature. The best part about road trips is you don’t have specific places to visit on your list. ... The post Places to visit for Road Trips appeared f...

10 Best American Road Trips

10 Best American Road Trips 10. Skyline Drive, VA Distance: 105 miles Skyline Drive cuts through Shenandoah Valley, giving travelers a peek into what this country was like before it was discovered by Columbus. Enter the Shenandoah State Park and head...
by humourbegins on Feb 9, 2016

What to Do near Bryce Canyon National Park

During my family’s November road trip in the U.S. Southwest, I fell in love with Bryce Canyon National Park. Its otherworldly rock formations, that changed colors — tan, orange, red — as the day progressed, were awe inspiring and ma...
by The Vacation Gals on Jan 25, 2016

Men, Cars & Travel: How to Survive a Road Trip with Your Man!

Oh, the joy of summer road trips! From the oh-so-Instagram-worthy sights to those selfie stops and the thrill of travelling the roads unexplored, there are way too many reasons why we adore seeing places on our four wheels. However, having fights wit...
by Lace n Ruffles on Jan 21, 2016

Kid Friendly Things to Do in Harrisburg, PA

There are many kid friendly things to do in Harrisburg, PA...
by The Vacation Gals on Dec 21, 2015

Body Worlds Exhibit at the Portland Science Center

The recently opened Portland Science Center in Portland, Maine, is hosting Body Worlds, an exhibit that shows actual bodies — and body parts — in fascinating ways to display how the human body works — and how our mistreatment of it...
by Sarah's Cucina Bella on Dec 6, 2015

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip ~ Watch the Trailer and Check Out Scenes from the Movie!

ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE ROAD CHIP20th Century FoxIn theaters December 18Road trips make great memories. Whether it’s the beautiful scenery, the people you meet along the way, or even the flat tires, you’re sure to have some great stories to...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on Dec 1, 2015

My Favourite Simple & Healthy Road Trip Snacks [Shop A Docket Diary Week 1]

 So the countdown to Christmas road trip season has officially begun here at Lace n Ruffles HQ! Who else’s planning a road trip this silly season? Part of the reasons why Christmas has always been my most anticipated festive seasons is the tra...
by Lace n Ruffles on Nov 24, 2015


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