Roadtreking

Category Archives: Laura Robinson

3 Reasons to visit Michigan by RV

I am headed back home from a wonderful tour with my great friend and fellow RT owner, Laura, a Michigan native whom I met at the Branson Corporate Rally in…

Laura: Lessons learned while RVing

While driving across eastern Colorado the other day, I tired of the radio and turned it off.  The dog was asleep and not available for our usual, stimulating, one way…

It’s My Way To The Highway

The DeLORME (I can’t figure out why they spell it that way) Atlas and Gazetteer is mandatory for every state I travel.  You can order from them directly or from…

Laura in Idaho: Elk and Eden

We have been back on the road again, after several days in Salmon, ID, although it was hard to leave.  I made some good friends who I am bound to…

Laura: A slow trek to Idaho

I’ve been Roadtreking to Idaho… slow and easy. Day 1 started off frantically with final packing, almost forgetting Her Majesty’s food dish and dog food.  She is a bit picky…

Laura: Why I’m a Roadtreker

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.  Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired…