Travels With Steinbeck


Map of Route

View the historical route.


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  1. * Jamie Laurens says:

    I love the map! It is very cool to follow along. Maybe my 8th graders will enjoy this journey too!

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 10 months ago
  2. * John Thayer says:

    Greg-Great seeing you the other evening in Rockford—outstanding blog!!! following your travels everyday and just picked up the Travels with Charlie book at the library so Marilyn and I can compare your ventures—looking forward to the your final book—-am sure it will be outstanding—good luck–stay safe and God speed!!!—old John T.

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 9 months ago
  3. * John Thayer says:

    We lived in Seattle for a few years in the late 50s on Mercer Island—had deer on the island then. Our Kathy was born in Swedish Hospital. Outside of Boeing, a very quiet community then. Enjoy your trip south and time in SFO with Dimmie. Looking forward to the final legs of you sojourn— God Speed!! John T.

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 9 months ago
  4. * Dawn says:

    I have recently decided to take the Steinbeck trail when I retire in a few years. My research led me to Greg’s adventure and upcoming book. I’ll be excited to read it!

    | Reply Posted 7 years ago
  5. * Alex says:

    Hi there! I have loved reading this blog – thank you for sharing. I too will be doing a bit of Steinbeck research. I’m a secondary English Teacher from Australia and tracking some of the great American novels. Any advice for me on my roadtrip adventures http://www.delusionofthegreatamericannovel.wordpress.com @whartonag

    | Reply Posted 2 years, 7 months ago
    • * travelswithsteinbeck says:

      Hello Alex,
      Thanks for commenting. I would recommend my book, available on Kindle (Travels With Max: In Search of Steinbeck’s America Fifty Years Later) because it makes a great companion to Steinbeck’s TWC and might save you some wrong turns. My other bit of advice. Make no appointments or reservations. When you see a sign for the Bible and Rifle Church (as I did in Kansas) you must have all the time you need to explore it.
      Best of luck. Tell me how else I can help.
      Greg

      | Reply Posted 2 years, 7 months ago


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