hondacub50

Gone Cubbin’

The following kick-starts our list of the all-time greatest postmodern modes of travel transportation. Tried, tested and true, these iconic marvels of engineering will carry explorers of the immanent phenomenological universe as far and as wide as they’d like to go. They are operative to the business of sustainable adventure. They are indispensable to the worldly pursuit of happiness. They …

Sindbad

The 7 Tents of Sinbad the Sailor

My Dear Reader, As you fill your backpacks in preparation of another adventure, let me fill your unwashed ears with some fateful advice, pooled from the great oasis of my seafaring experience, for which there is no substitute. Sinbad the Sailor is my name. Seven times did I hoist anchor and set sail. Seven times was I wrecked and regurgitated. …

hobosframed

a hobo wedding part II

Here goes: hobo wedding bathrooms hobo wedding playlist hobo wedding portrait gallery & dinner menu hobo wedding entertainment hobo wedding postcard hobo wedding tables & seating hobo wedding picture wall & states hobo wedding mobile       ps The box of tissues on the table is for emotional moms, drunk friends who couldn’t reach the bathroom in the time, …

hobonewlyweds

a hobo wedding part I

Let’s be frank. Who needs overpriced wedding planners or dime a dozen interior decorators when all you want is a little spit and elbow grease to dream up and execute your own fairytale wedding? Last week, Gregory North Vaude and Maggie Pac Marmot got hitched in an old barn with blue doors, festooned for the occasion. What follows is a …

travel fact

Travel Fact!

High time we revived a venerable Hobo Laureate tradition: the Travel Fact, culled from the up-to-the-minute bulletins of BLIMPSY, the international Bureau for the Learned Investigation into Movements, Percentages, Statistics and Yardsticks. This week, we’ve got two travel-related trivia for you to dwell on. One is pretty sad but true, the other is kinda funny but made up. We’ll let …

buffalo

Follow the Buffalo

Santa came early this year. And he brought a brand new bag of clothes. Not just any clothes. Buffalo clothes. Which aren’t clothes per se. Fact: Santa himself wears a Buffalo jacket, which isn’t really a jacket. He ordered one in red and white and had the brand tags removed. That’s not down inside his Mountain Shirt, nor is it …