Items by David Feela
Americans have always romanticized being "on the road" like Jack Kerouac, but these days it would be more interesting to journey off the road -- without cars.
In a house filled with your standard American gadgets, David Feela tracks his electricity usage – and is properly horrified.
The writer lives in a trailer and loves what it represents: frugality and the weird fact that it comes with wheels but rarely moves
During a long drive through a Western blizzard, times seems to come to a stop as you wonder whether you will ever make it home – in safety –a gain.
On the road in a snowstorm, time seems to stop, and you sometimes wonder if you will ever get home again.
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