PASSAGES $7 / month

PASSAGES is a Substack documenting the experiences of a writer and a photographer traveling the USA in a 21' trailer, exploring themes of nomadic living, climate migration, the joys and challenges of outdoor exploration, and the personal growth and relationship dynamics encountered through these adventures.

Travel and Adventure Outdoor Living and Camping Climate Migration Personal Growth Relationship Dynamics Wildlife and Nature Conservation

The hottest Substack posts of PASSAGES

And their main takeaways
334 implied HN points 26 Jan 24
  1. Balancing marriage and staying true to yourself can be challenging.
  2. Exploring Yellowstone through horseback riding and visits to the Grand Canyon can offer unique experiences.
  3. Communication and understanding are crucial in navigating differences and potential conflicts in a relationship.
Get a weekly roundup of the best Substack posts, by hacker news affinity:
235 implied HN points 18 Jan 24
  1. Camping can have unexpected challenges like dealing with other campers and high-speed traffic on narrow roads
  2. Dumping waste from trailers involves specific steps like first releasing black water from the toilet
  3. Exploring small towns during road trips can lead to unique and memorable experiences
275 implied HN points 09 Jan 24
  1. The author embraces being a homebody and finds comfort in their beanbag while traveling.
  2. The author's beanbag becomes a point of contention with their partner during a road trip.
  3. The beanbag brings comfort and familiarity, acting as a portable piece of home.
1139 implied HN points 01 Aug 23
  1. The RV migration in the USA is a significant trend.
  2. E-bikes are a popular choice for campground hosts to get around.
  3. There can be confusion about e-bike regulations that vary by state.
746 implied HN points 03 Apr 23
  1. The author shares challenges of buying and outfitting their first trailer for camping.
  2. The desire for road tripping grew after their kids left home, leading to a need for a camper.
  3. Previous epic trips transitioning between hotels, motels, and tents were exhausting, leading to the decision to invest in a camper.