Travel titles from Rumble Strip Books
Rumble Strip Canada 150
by Gail Hulnick
In the summer of 2017 two intrepid expat Canadians set out to fulfill a lifelong dream of driving their home and native land from coast-to-coast. Starting at the eastern-most point of North America, they dropped the top on the aging convertible and headed west in search of Canadian experience, identity, culture, landscape, music and moose, in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary. Three weeks, ten provinces and 7,800 kilometers later they pulled up to the (ironically labeled and mysteriously duplicated) Mile Zero in Victoria, British Columbia. Rumble Strip Canada 150 is the story of this eye-opening, life-affirming, joyous, and sometimes silly adventure.
Rumble Strip USA Off the Interstate
by Gail Hulnick
Wanderlust: A pressing desire to know whatʼs beyond the next horizon. A yearning to see something other than oneʼs own backyard.
Travel writer and novelist Gail Hulnick has a weakness for the good old-fashioned road trip. Oh, she enjoys 75
mph on the Interstate, but her favorite road is the winding two-lane through the mountains, the seldom-used strip of
asphalt that connects the small towns or the old desert highway that gets you there slowly. Rumble Strip USA
invites you into the passenger seat for travel stories and photos from sideroad journeys in 25 states including the
view from the top of a Vermont mountain, the nostalgia of vintage gas stations and motels along Arizonaʼs Route 66
and the rhythm of a twisting byway through Washington.