Each Scenic Side Trip has it’s own detailed map showing the attractions and sights along your way. Use the Key to Scenic Side Trips Maps on the inside back cover that explains the map symbols for Points of Interest, Roads, Towns & Cities, Boundaries, and more. All the maps are to scale, so you’ll know how far it is to delicious pie in Pietown, New Mexico, for example!
But that’s not all. You can download SST maps, and add your own points of interest to use online, offline, or print—and it’s free! Just go to RoadTripAmerica.com to see this special tie in. (Available after book launch April 3rd, 2018.)
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Rick Quinn was born and raised in Arizona, earned a degree in anthropology, then hit the road, indulging an admittedly peculiar whim by hitch-hiking to Tierra del Fuego. In one way or another, he’s been on the road ever since, living in a dozen diverse locales, from Paris to Peru, San Francisco to Washington D.C., working as a photographer, a coffee farmer, a magazine writer, a postman, a novelist, and, until his recent retirement, a corporate-level financial systems expert with the Postal Service. Rick is a veteran road tripper who has driven both the Alaska Highway and the Pan American. Currently, he’s a travel blogger, a landscape photographer, and a contributing writer for RoadTripAmerica.com.