Eating in restaurants, amusement parks, and on-the-go from gas stations can easily derail healthy eating habits, but you have more choices now than ever before—and the mobile web will help you find them.Read More »
Tag Archives: motorcycle travel
Some of America's BEST motorcycling roads are in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. That's why Neale Bayly, Drew Alexander and I chose it for our first Ride to Reboot retreat for motorcyclists.Read More »
Today's podcast guests offer voluntourism by motorcycle to benefit orphans in developing countries. But their voluntourists are Baby Boomers and Gen Xers, not Millennials.Read More »
Besides my family, I don't often travel with others. When I do it's usually with Jill, whom I frequently mention in my podcasts and blog posts. She lives in Ohio and I live in North Carolina, so we ride our motorcycles to a meeting spot, then tour a region together before going our separate ways.
By now, after three parts of our interview, you have fallen in love with world traveler Allan Karl, author of "Forks: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine and Connection" and Neale Bayly, motorcycle philanthropist.
The first two Parts of this series are focused on round-the-world traveler and author Allan Karl's adventures.
In the first Part of this four-part series, you met Allan Karl and Neale Bayly.
In this four-part podcast series, I'll introduce you to a couple of my friends who've traveled the world on motorcycles.
Coming home from my recent swing through the Deep South I found myself northeast of Columbus, Georgia on a byway. I came upon a brown highway sign—always a welcome sight to my eyes—that said "FDR's Little White House 15 miles." The arrow pointed left.