Lessons From the Road USA book available
Lessons from the Road, USA shares the travel adventures of a funny, single, 50-something year-old woman, traveling across the U.S. in a pickup truck. Webster is navigationally challenged and yet strangely addicted to camping sites and critters. She visits monuments of historical or personal significance and meets some fascinating people along the way!
Margaret Webster’s Travel Tips!
During Margare Webster’s Lessons From the Road, USA road trip, she learned many lesson about budget travel. In the Travel Tips blog Margaret shares how to get the most out of your travel dollars and gather new experiences along the way.
My blog today for Travel Tip Tuesday is how to hear those three magical words every woman wants to hear. No, it’s not “I Love you.”read more
This past weekend, I had the pleasure of helping an older couple out by buying a tank of gas for themread more
People from the Road Meet Erica Hobbs I first met Erica when I traveled to the Detroit Couch Crash in 2015. A couch crash is a Couchsurfing (www.couchsurfing.com) event where local hosts set up a weekend to travelers to showcase a city. Erica was one of the main...read more
Travel Tip Tuesday – Holiday Road Trips Written by Surge365 Corporate, December 6th, 2016 Holiday Tips for Road Warriors! Before you head out on the road, here are things expert road warriors say you can do to make your trip safe and memorable. Map It Out Make sure to...read more
People from the Road
Many of the Lessons From the Road come in the form of the wonderful, kind and amazing people met along the way on Margaret’s travel adventures. In this series of posts Margaret Webster shares how the most unique and inspiring comes from the people met on the road.
I have a couple of events this summer introducing people from different parts of the country and throughout the world to Connecticut. One of the events I am conducting is a historic tour of Hartford. I've been working on this presentation for a bit and will be...read more
On my recent trip to Maine to see Acadia National Park. I booked a campsite at the Balsam Cove Campground in Orland Maine. The campground is a beautiful piece of property on a lovely lake. The facilities are well maintained and the staff are friendly and customer...read more