Hit the highway with this collection of some of our favorite reads about epic road trips, including an 11,000-mile odyssey across Eurasia, a mother and son’s discoveries along Historic Route 66, and a science writer’s harrowing voyage to the Cretaceous Interior Seaway (also known as Western Kansas).
Make a new canine friend in Maine and chances are good she’s from down south, as the dog-crazy Pine Tree State is among the most common destinations for southern rescue dogs. To understand why — and how they arrive — Kathryn Miles joined 37 very good dogs on a 1,600-mile road trip.
Why take your family to France or Florida when you could pack them into a minivan with a stranger in Morocco? Novelist Michael Chabon explains.
It’s a rather insane premise: drive in a tiny, terrible car, from the U.K. to Mongolia and on into Siberia. But since 2004, when founder Tom Morgan and his Adventurists crew led the first rally with six cars, thousands of people have driven the so-called “Mongol Rally,” raising money for charity along the way.
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