A Cheap Trip
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A Cheap Trip

The Why: Travel to Escape, Travel to Confront

Minnesota Wandering after a Summer of Roadtripping

Travel can entail finding yourself in a radical way where one is stripped bare, but it can also entail running from a part of yourself that you don’t want to be a part of you. A lucky traveler is able to access both of these dimensions of themselves while on the road, and grow.

Lake Superior in Duluth, MN: Photo by author




Annie and I are packing our bags and hitting the road to explore the U.S. Since Summer 2021 seems like it’s going to be a big one for travel, we want to share our processes, thoughts and reflections on this giant piece of land.

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Annie Windholz

Annie Windholz

midwestern librarian, writer, activist

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