Welcome to Road Trip Soloist! Hopefully you have never let the fear of traveling alone stop you from getting out and seeing all the things the open road has to offer. I have created this travel blog to share ideas about where the road can take you and what to do once you get there. There are many things that I love to do while out on the road but usually there are two things that will almost always show up: Great Golf Courses and New Exciting Craft Breweries!
When I put together my bucket list of road trips, there are many that come to mind. But if I had to put my finger on one that I would put at the top of the list, driving the 101 from one end of Oregon to the other would be at the top. I decided … Continue reading The Oregon Coast (With a Dash of California)
I’m sure everyone at some point has seen, or at least heard of, Crater Lake. Crater Lake is an ancient volcano, in the state of Oregon, that collapsed in on itself, creating a huge caldera that has filled with water over the millennia. Because of the cleanness of the water and the depth of the … Continue reading Gloomy Crater Lake
Deep in the heart of Texas there is a region known for rolling hills, world class wineries, classic barbecue, and two iconic cities that are so welcoming, yet so different. Texas Hill Country has a little something for everyone, no matter how discerning a taste you might have. San Antonio is a growing metropolis this … Continue reading Texas Hill Country
West Texas is one of those places that stirs up strong images in the American consciousness. We think of big open spaces, old western movies, and tumbleweeds blowing in the wind. On this trip, I at least got one of the three. For the first week in January, the weather could not have been more … Continue reading Another Bend In The Road