Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides.
"I’ve learned to listen to my intuition on the road. I do it best there. My intuition speaks loud there. Maybe because the road is so quiet compared to Los Angeles."
Anna leaves Los Angeles in her Eurovan to escape to the Southwestern mountains.
For Lauren Marquardt, home is her '88 Chevy G20 van. It started off as a six week road trip with her friend, but she stayed on and has made it her lifestyle. In this interview, she shares her fears and gives advice for anyone else who is thinking about going it alone.
It's OK to stay put. Molly Tankersley writes an essay on how she's learned to stay put without feeling stuck.
Korrin Bishop writes a compelling case for collaborating with a female friend on your next passion project or business venture.
The founder of the popular blog "Bearfoot Theory" recently took her dream trip to New Zealand - touring for three months in a "hippie van." Back in the United States, she's reflecting on her solo adventures and planning for the next big one - living full time in her new 4x4 Sprinter Van.
Lindsey Elise writes about her summer working at Mount Rainier National Park. She discovered a tradition of masculinity and an opportunity to rewrite the story.