Road Trip USA
By Jamie Jensen
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In the podcast series, “Road Trip USA,” travel writer Jamie Jensen, author of Road Trip USA, and host Joanne Greene take listeners on a series of virtual trips across America’s two-lane highways. Each episode explores a theme such as music, food, or baseball, and highlights a particular route from the book, such as “Route 66,” or “The Oregon Trail.” Win GPS software for your next journey when you send us a story describing your favorite road trip. Visit www.roadtripusa.com for details.
||Clean#8 "All-American" Roads||“All-American” roads like Highway 1, Route 66, the Las Vegas Strip, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Nachez Trace Parkway||8/17/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#7 Historic America||Lewis & Clark, the Oregon Trail, Mark Twain, the Wright Brothers, and the Wild West, plus the “The Loneliest Road”||8/9/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#6 American Culture||Surf culture, cowboy culture, Tex-Mex and African-American Culture, plus the “The Southern Pacific” route from San Diego California to St. Augustine Florida.||8/3/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#5 Family Road Trips||National Parks, audio-books, RV trips, Route 66, and tips for traveling with kids||7/27/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#4 Baseball||Major and Minor League Baseball, Halls of Fame, Spring Training, plus the Oregon Trail, and more||7/20/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#3 Road Food||BBQ, roadside diners, fruit-stands, The Appalachian Trail, and more||7/15/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#2 Amusement Parks||Roller-coasters from Santa Monica to Coney Island, plus AAA card discounts and tips||7/5/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clean#1 Music Adventures||Summer music festivals, Halls of Fame, local radio, and more along the Mississippi River and beyond.||6/26/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
I really like it, but why haven't you put up a new one since August? We would love to hear more!
What is the problem?
I have subscribe to this podcast, why can't I access it?!?
An obvious eight part pod-o-mercial to help sell the book. Nonetheless it's still an interesting podcast that really makes you want to take a road trip. I bought the book so apparently the sales pitch works. It's only an eight part podcast which doesn't take up much of your time. It's worth listening to.