Anyone who travels by car will find this book, based on over 60,000 miles of road trip experiences around the North American continent, to be essential reading. It is chock-full of tips for making a road trip more comfortable and economical, without decreasing the fun. Some tips are outstanding for their creativity and practicality. Have you ever considered taking a road trip without a suitcase? This book tells you how to do just that. Tips on trip planning will help you get more out of your time on the road. For coffee drinkers, Tip #18 alone is worth the price of the book. Parents will appreciate the ideas for keeping kids entertained and happy, and every reader is guaranteed to find new ideas that can be applied to the next road trip. In fact, if you download this ebook while you’re on the road, you’ll find things you can do immediately to improve your travels.
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About the Author
Charlie Rossiter, NEA Fellowship recipient and three-time Pushcart Prize nominee, hosts the audio website poetrypoetry.com. He is the author of four books of poetry and numerous chapbooks. His work has been featured on NPR, and at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival in NJ. He was among a handful of poets chosen to perform at the Chicago Blues Festival in 2005. His latest book, is All Over America: Road Poems, (FootHills Publications, 2009). He also authored The Night We Danced With the Raelettes, a memoir in poetry of his college days in the late 1960’s (FootHills, 2007). IHe is also the editor of In the Spirit of T'ao Ch'ien and in 2014 his latest collection, Cold Mountain 2000: Han Shan in the City, available from Foothills Publishing. For more info: www.charlierossiter.com