Travel Writing

Ever wondered what it would it be like to just jump in the car and hit the highway, roaming from one small town to the next, living from one unexpected adventure to another? This is what travel writer and photographer Deborah Garner decided to do in the fall of 1999. Years later, she’s still on the road. Follow along as she continues to document America’s backroads and small towns.

September 18, 2008 Remembering a tip I’d been given by Dawn Wexo at The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo, WY, I slid into Nebraska with an

September 16, 2008 I blasted across central Wyoming in one day, determined to make it to Buffalo, a Wyoming town nestled against the east side

Beautiful wolf sitting on a rock.

Sept. 10, 2008 Fifty miles west of Bozeman, Montana, I pulled out my scattered travel notes and found the phone number to an inn I’d

  September 8, 2008 I drove into Boulder, MT and arrived at Boulder Hot Springs Inn and Spa completely unannounced. I’d had no idea where

August 5, 2008 Searching for a dose of the old gold rush days, I headed up through Yellowstone National Park and out the west gate,

July 22, 2008 The sleepy hamlet of Lava Hot Springs rests alongside Hwy 30 in Idaho, west of the even sleepier town of Soda Springs