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.

July 15, 2008 I entered Idaho from the east, following State Hwy 34 out of Freedom, WY, along the Pioneer Historic Byway and through the

July 1, 2008 I found Lander Llama Company the same way I find a lot of places on the road, by running endless Google searches

June 23, 2008 From the outside, the building looked like any other downtown structure, nothing that would draw a second glance from anyone driving by.

April 18, 2008 I sat in the Surprise Café and Java Bar, consuming a veggie burrito and using the café’s wireless Internet access. An extensive

Aug. 12, 2007 The Pennsylvania town now known as Jim Thorpe was established in 1818 as Mauch Chunk and developed as a mining town for

August 10, 2007 I opened my eyes and looked at my surroundings. I had gone to sleep as a weary road traveler, but I was