My Itchy Travel Feet | The Baby Boomer's Guide To Travel

Let’s Take a Road Trip

Are you a traveler who is lured by the call of the road? Alan and I are big fans of boomer road trips. It’s the kind of travel that allows freedom and flexibility. Our road trip philosophy is to travel slow. If a roadside attraction looks interesting, we stop and explore. Our itineraries include time for those surprises that we didn’t expect. When possible, our plans include two-night stays rather than a new destination every night. Yes, we’re serious about taking it slow. Check out some of our favorite domestic and international road trips and scenic drives.

Tips for an Alaska Highway Road Trip

There’s probably no state more diverse and mysterious than Alaska. This beautiful part of the U.S. is a vast area, filled with history, natural beauty and lots and lots of bears! Click on Tips for an Alaska Highway Road Trip to read articles. Itchy travel feet guaranteed!

Our Favorite European Road Trips

Is Italy calling your name? What about Spain or Germany? Europe has endless opportunities for exciting road trips. Read about our experience by clicking on Tips for Taking European Road Trips.

Coastal California Road Trip

Driving the California coast is one of the ultimate U.S. boomer travel destinations, especially if you’re zipping around in a sports car. Our itinerary begins in Paso Robles, continues up the the coast through Big Sur, Half Moon Bay and Mendocino before turning inland toward Sonoma. Click on Coastal California Road Trip to read about our experience.

Southern California Road Trip

On a road trip from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara and back, you’ll follow Highway 1 for scenic views, great seafood and active boomer adventures. To read more, click on: Southern California Road Trip.

New Mexico Backroads Adventure

Follow this itnerary from Tucson, AZ to Grants, NM to discover lava fields, ancient graffitti and backroads beauty. To read more, click here: New Mexico road trip.

Travel the Natchez Trace

Discover history in a scenic setting along the Mississippi portion of the Natchez Trace. To read more, click here: Travel the Natchez Trace.

Scenic Drive in Monument Valley

Sandstone buttes, Navajo legends and familiar scenery from your favorite western movie are on the agenda in this must-do drive. Read more by clicking on: Scenic Drive in Monument Valley.

Off-the-beaten-path at Twin Lakes

If you’re looking for a scenic drive in Montana, Twin Lakes in the Bitterroot National Forest definitely qualifies. To read more, click on Off-the-beaten-path at Twin Lakes.

Painted Rocks Reservoir in Montana

This scenic drive in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley will have you saying, “Wow”. Click on Painted Rocks Reservoir in Montana to read more.

Tips for a Road Trip to Vancouver Island

We wanted to travel the scenic route up to and through Vancouver Island. Perhaps, this is the reason that the Canadian border crossing guard at Porthill, Idaho, said to us, “You’re traveling to Vancouver Island the really slow way.” Click on Tips for a Road Trip to Vancouver Island to read more.

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We're Donna & Alan Hull. We KNOW boomer travel.

Since 2008, we've published articles and photographs focusing solely on boomer travel: where to go, what to do and how to do it.

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