Monthly Archives: March 2013
This week, we’ll be giving you plenty of tips to help you get your vehicle ready for your upcoming Spring Break Road Trip, whether you’re headed to the beach, to a theme park, or somewhere else, make sure you’re ready before you hit the road!
If your next road trip takes you through the HIgh Plains of Western Kansas, you may be surprised to find plenty of roadside treasures await your discovery. Unusual cliffs and kitschy stops are just a few of the things you’ll find here. On this week’s edition of Road Trip Radio, we’ll cover some of the sights you won’t want to miss in this often-overlooked part of the country.
Also, Dave Godar interviews RTR host Jeremy Krug about his own road trip experiences and what got him hooked on long-distance road travel. Join us for more travel tips, travel news, road trip trivia, and comedy on this week’s episode of Road Trip Radio!
Tonight, we continue our discussion with Brian Salisbury, motorcycle enthusiast as he tells us about his adventures riding North to Alaska. Our Along the Way… travel segment follows up with a journey on the Dalton Highway, up to the top of the world.
Join us for more comedy, as an angry caller dials in to argue with Jeremy, and we open up the Travel Archive for more classic radio commercials. For some strange reason, we have lots of news about buses in This Week in Travel.
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If you’ve ever wanted to head out on a cross-country motorcycle trip, then you won’t want to miss this week’s episode of Road Trip Radio! Jeremy and Dave sit down with motorcycle enthusiast Brian Salisbury to talk about his long-distance motorcycle rides all across America, including a ride up the Alaska Highway. Brian also talks about his new book, Ten for the Road: Motorcycle Adventures and Travel Stories.
In this week’s Along the Way… travel segment, we head down to Macon, Georgia, to check out their Cherry Blossom Festival, along with all the other scenic and historic things to do in the area.
This Week in Travel takes a look at some of the good things that airlines have done, and we’ll highlight some road trip planning tips to help you get ready for your next big adventure.
On the Lighter Side takes another time travel adventure, and you won’t want to miss this week’s Travel Archive, where we’ll re-discover the Nash-Kelvinator Auto Company.
Road Trip Radio’s ninth episode brings the return of Ken Smith and more unusual places to visit across America. Ken had a lot to say last week about the quirky and kitschy places he’s visited, there will be even more this week. If we ask nicely, he may even tell us some of the spots that will soon be featured on his website RoadsideAmerica.com.
This week’s Along the Way… travel segment takes us way down to South Texas – all the way down into ranch and cowboy country, then to the idyllic fishing villages along the coast, and eventually to the beach resort of South Padre Island. If it’s still cold where you are, you won’t want to miss this virtual trip down to someplace warm.
There’s lots of travel news This Week in Travel. The Titanic may be coming to a port near you, and if you’re in a dancing mood, you might want to think twice before doing the Harlem Shake on a plane. We’ll be bringing you more vintage radio commercials from The Travel Archive, plus we’ll announce this week’s winner of Road Trip Trivia and give you another puzzler to think about.
If time travel were possible, RTR would be in the thick of it. And this week’s edition of On the Lighter Side is all about a fictional time travel trip by your two loyal hosts, Dave and Jeremy.
It’s going to be a jam-packed hour, so buckle up, hang on to your hats, and get ready for this week’s edition of Road Trip Radio!