Gentlemen, we have a problem.
No, not the kind that requires a meeting in a parking lot later this afternoon and ends with at least one bloody nose.
This is a problem far more serious.
We are losing touch with the outside world. Our one and only world.
Now before I continue, I must confess that I consider myself
This is a guest post from RLT alumni Andy Reed.
Following a very stressful freshman year of high school, I was ready to enjoy the summer. Little did I know that I would experience something truly life changing.
My plan was to do some service work over the summer, and I also wanted to travel and
This is a guest post by Annika Holkeboer, a veteran of two trips with RLT (Wyoming in 2012 and Norway in 2013).
I’ve been hiking in America’s national parks since I was two years old. It’s one of my favorite things – it allows me to escape into the most beautiful places with the best
This is a guest post by Jake Berman, participant and instructor on The Road Less Traveled for six summers in the United States and abroad. What may distinguish The Road Less Traveled from virtually all other summer experiences is the scope of its personal impact: it goes deep, it goes broad, and it lasts forever.
I was a