With automobiles becoming more available, and roads better able to carry them, roadside attractions were all the rage for travelers in the 1940s and ’50s. And with the construction of intersecting highways, two being the Dixie Highway … Continue reading Wigwam Village: Have You Slept In A Wigwam Lately?
What do an American picker and a country music star have in common? They’re both backroad buffs and amazing storytellers. When the cameras aren’t rolling, but the miles of highway are, Mike likes to blast good ol’ … Continue reading David Nail: From Small Town to Center Stage
By 1913, about 180,000 Americans were registered to drive automobiles, but had nowhere to drive them safely. Driving surfaces were mucky. Wooden boards were thrown across pot holes as a temporary fix and then forgotten. … Continue reading Lincoln Highway: The Birth of American Adventure
Summer is a season of wanderlust and exploration. You truly never know what’s beyond the treeline or exit sign. While you are out on the open road, whether with family or friends, there are always … Continue reading Road Trip Essentials: Nashville Crew
Good company, gas in the tank, and good tunes are what make a summer road trip all that it is. Since we love traveling the back roads of America, here’s a playlist to share with your fellow … Continue reading Two Lane Summer Playlist
Southern hospitality is a life-long style that always remains on trend. It’s the holy grail trifecta: warm people, rolling landscapes, and delicious comfort food. Now, imagine what happens when an entire town of Southern hospitality – practicing … Continue reading Weekend Escape: Natchez, Mississippi
The city that the country forgot is preparing its comeback. Mike stumbled upon Cairo by accident one night while driving around the southern most tip of Illinois. Ever the curious person, he parked his car on … Continue reading Cairo, Illinois: America’s Forgotten City
Let’s all agree that we live a instant gratification lifestyle that has made us forget about the process of doing something. Anything. Instead of respecting the time it takes, we find ourselves impatient, eager, and … Continue reading Empire Builder: The Joy of Slow Travel