- 20,561 kms
- 21 min
Average distance of hitchhiked trip: 161 kms
- 22 very good experiences
- 276 good experiences
- 4 neutral experiences
- 2 bad experiences
Type of rides:
- 199 rides with a car
- 5 rides with a bus
- 4 rides with a truck
- 2 rides with a motorcycle
Hitchhiker, vegan, desert rat. Interested in dismantling oppressive structures and building intentional communities. Feel free to contact me on Trustroots if you are in my local area and need a place to stay- I'm always happy to help out fellow hitchhikers.
Flowing Springs → Canyon De Chelly, Arizona 86503, USA
family single woman single woman single woman family single woman single woman
Pine → Strawberry
Didn't like the vibe with this man, we probably shouldn't have taken the ride. Nothing bad happened, but I felt sketched out.
Hwy → Canyon de Chelly Visitor's Center
Young boys (looked too young to be driving) in a pickup. We sat in the back with the two dogs. Martina's hat flew away :(
Flowing Springs Campsite → Pine
A mom in her 30's with tattoos and three girls ages 8,9,10. Had been camping nearby us.
Visitor Center → Junction Restaurant (Chinle)
A woman who was "just going for a drive." Recommended the Junction restaurant for good local food, and dropped us off right where we needed to be… We ate Navajo tacos.
Burnside → Canyon de Chelly (North Rim Hwy)
A Christian Navajo woman who asked me if I believe in the Bible. She said "It seems simple enough to me."
Chinle → Campground at Canyon de Chelly
A family gave us a ride in the bed of their pickup, just as the sun was setting.
Strawberry → Burnside (Navajo Nation)
A lovely woman in her late 20's named Larose picked us up. She is Navajo. We stopped at an outdoor flea market in Dikon, most people were selling stuff out of the trunks of their cars. Bought some Kneel Down bread (good!) and talked with locals. Stopped at her mom's house in Greasewood. She told us about her high school sweetheart, who used to drive his quad across the open… (read on in Trip)
Hwy → Antelope House
A young girl driving quickly to pick up her mom, whose beadwork is destroyed in rain.
|28 June 2015|
Mesa → Pine
single woman family family family family
Payson → Tonto Natural Bridge
A Christian man who had done time in prison. Picked us up in a U-Haul. Offered us lots of help through his church. Told us about some weird spiritual energy on a certain stretch of highway.
Mesa → Fountain Hills
A kind woman from the valley picked us up. She reminisced about hitchhiking with friends as a teenager.
Fountain Hills → Payson
A mother and her 23 year old son with their two dogs
Tonto Natural Bridge → (Up)
After the hike, there were only a handful of cars in the parking lot. We caught a ride in the back of a pickup.
Tonto Natural Bridge → Campsite North of Payson
A sweet latino family, who were worried about dropping us off on the side of the highway with a storm rolling in. We sat in the bed of their truck. They gave us Gatorade.
Tonto Natural Bridge → (Down)
A big family, we squeezed in
|27 June 2015|
Grand Canyon Village → Phoenix
A Navajo Shaman named Billy picked us up. He dropped Martina off in Flagstaff, and then took me to my front door in Phoenix. He blessed us with sweet grass and a prayer. Told us about the sacred sun dance. Invited me to a pow wow where he dances. Warned me of dangers in Chinle. Shared stories from his youth- he hitchhiked to Wounded Knee! Talked about his time in Vietnam, and… (read on in Trip)
|14 June 2015|
Flagstaff → Grand Canyon National Park
Grandview Trail → Grand Canyon Visitor's Center
After our hike we we picked up by a cute latino het couple. The woman was sweet, afraid of heights, and fascinated by our "bravery."
Flagstaff → Grandview Trailhead
A father and his 14 year old son in a minivan packed with supplies for a two week road trip. There were no seats so we sat on the floor. The father had hitchhiked extensively in his youth, mostly in the Canadian wilderness and the West. Full of adventure stories, life experience, and political perspective. They were heading on to Colorado.
|14 June 2015|
|Ezuz → Jerusalem 191km 5||02 November 2014|
|Ezuz → Ashdod 171km 2||24 October 2014|
|Mitzpe Ramon → Ezuz 99km 3||17 October 2014|
Ezuz → Mitzpe Ramon
Ride in the back of a farm truck with a bunch of olives
A woman from Neot Semadar picked us up. Neot Semadar is one of the few kibbutzim in Israel that have not been privatized. Everyone who lives there shares finances, no one has a specialized job, and they truly live as a community. It was fascinating to get her perspective on what it is like to live in such a place, as well as her opinions on why so many kibbutzim have moved… (read on in Trip)
|17 October 2014|
|Klil → Harduf 37km 3||20 September 2014|
|Harduf → Klil 37km 3||19 September 2014|
|Acre → Harduf 25km 3||13 September 2014|
|Harduf → Acre 25km 2||12 September 2014|
|Bet Shemesh → Harduf 139km 3||07 September 2014|
Harduf → Bet Shemesh
An empty tour bus picked us up! The driver only spoke Hebrew.
Two brothers picked us up, they were heading to the beach. They asked if we wanted to go for a swim before parting ways, and we agreed. They took a back way on dirt roads to avoid paying private beach fees. The water was the bluest blue and refreshingly cold. We all dove in, explored the ancient Roman ruins nearby, and then they drove us to our next hitchhiking spot. It was a sweet ride.
|05 September 2014|
|Hukok → Harduf 59km 3||01 September 2014|
|Safed → Hukok 29km 4||22 August 2014|
|Hukok → Safed 30km 3||22 August 2014|
|Capernaum → Hukok 10km 2||16 August 2014|
|Hukok → Capernaum 10km 3||16 August 2014|
Ginosar → Hukok
First ride on the back of a motorcycle! He even had a helmet.
|14 August 2014|