When I turned 18 I hitchhiked from WA to Portland OR. After lots of soul searching I decided to go to Alaska. I stayed all around the Kenai Peninsula for almost 3 years before returning to WA.
I met lots of very nice and a few not so nice folks. I worked for housing and made work connections...
I have been train hopping, and walking for several months. I have walked hundreds of miles across no mans land, nearly froze, and starved; I’ve almost froze twice and it was my my fault. On one occasion i jumped into a river at 2am because I DID HEAR A MASSIVE ANIMAL cross the river and settle...
So, I’m pretty new to traveling and I’m planning on my first trip. I live in the Midwest, in northern Minnesota! A lil city called Duluth. If anyone’s got the know on tips for riding the rails, I’m also lookin fer a mentor.. I’m 20, I’m non binary, and Native American. If yer a racist or nazi...
Hey guys, thought I'd introduce myself and what I'm looking to do. I am Sawyer (thattrombonekyd - instagram) and I hail from Topeka, KS. I currently live in Fort Wayne, IN. I have realized that I don't want the normal 9-5 lifestyle anymore ,and all I want to do is make awesome music and travel...
I am stoked to join this amazing forum. Big up to StP!
Let's introduce myself ;
I make handmade quality backpacks and gear for bike courier and travelers, and currently designing dog backpack harnesses.
I have a small sewing shop with industrial sewing machines, in which I am...
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Hello! I've been reading StP for a while now, but just posting for the first time today!
As of right now, my friend Sarah and I are aiming to mostly hitchhike across the country from NYC to Los Angeles, going along the Southernmost parts of the US in mid May. We're inexperienced as hitchhikers...
My friend Mike and I are both laid off and needed to get some travelling out of our systems before we go back to work for the season. We decided to hitch hike to Tofino BC, a surfing town on the west coast of Vancouver island. so we packed a couple days of Mr. Noodles, and cheap granola bars...
Hey, new member here from BC. I have alot of experience hitching and am wanting to experience other methods of free travel. Anybody have any tips/warnings? Other then the basic tips even the oogles know?