I plan on travelling however I can, but I'm staying in Atlanta for a few days while i figure out how I'm gonna get to South Carolina, and then to Oklahoma to hopefully get some work with a friend there. In the spring I'll be headed up the east coast to visit friends up northwelcome. what kind of travel are you doing? where do you plan to go this winter?
any good points of where to start with research? I planned on hopping to Ok but just didn't know anything about itas far as Georgia to south Carolina you should just take the train. it should be ez with a little research. i could help if you wanted. been online looking at trains and so on last few days. its all fresh again after 9 years of train study im hoping out this week. to Denver. im in grand junction now. was going to Alabama but that just changed yesterday. you can take the train to Oklahoma as well. hitching is slow and tedious IMO. it sucks and ppl throw shit at you. its hard for me to keep my cool a lot of times. but at the same time fuck them. honestly dude look into riding freight trains. they dont say no. just dont get caught.
Will do. Thanks so much for the advice man, I genuinely appreciate itdude, start with STPs guide to freight train hopping right here in the resources page. it will tell you everything you need to know to start asking the correct questions. there is an entire forum for train hoping and years of info if you use the search bar. make sure to read dates and make sure the info is good. if it is in question i like to ask the poster who posted it and see if they know if it is still good info. after STPs guide to train hopping you tube is a good place to watch hoppers in action. Stobe the Hobo is an epic hobo famous for his videos and high density information about trains there history and how they work where they go and how to tell. @Ranoutonarail is a good youtuber to watch as well. i use distant signal on you tube as well. also just today i found djstrains on you tube. he himself is a conductor and model train enthusiast with his own web page and blog. djstrains.com
I'll be doing my research later this afternoon after dark, for now I'll be enjoying the daylight and reading to pass the time.your welcome man. you would eventually find all that on here too. but its all spread out in different forums... have fun man. god speed.
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