“I’m from Texas and travel to California for work. I was shocked by all the warning labels of everything that could give me cancer. The most surprising one was at Starbucks.”
If any of your memories could be made into a short film, which one would you choose?
Traveling will test you. There will be really hard days, but I can promise you it will be worth it, even if you struggle along the way. Traveling touches part of the heart no man or woman could ever reach.
The road at night is not a safe place to be.
Lesson #1: You cannot be afraid to pursue things that don’t make sense.
After too many caught references and plenty of nostalgia for that tiny Connecticut town (and, okay, some wine) we decided we needed to find Stars Hollow for ourselves.
By the time you reach Arizona, you’ll probably smell like a mix of Burger King, coffee, peanut butter crackers, and sweat. You’ll have your hair tied at the top of your head, your makeup rubbed off, and your two-day old clothes stuck to your body.
There’s nothing more American than a haphazard journey fueled by freedom and a general lack of planning. You can’t escape the idea of road trips in our culture. Jack Kerouac rambled about his trip for 320 pages
When a friend mentions backpacking through Europe, what do you say? “I love going to sleep in my bed every night.” Nobody cheers for that.
It’s going to be an adventure. A sweaty, sweaty adventure.