Podcast on vagabonding (1 Viewer)


Feb 16, 2015
North Carolina


This episode chronicles the story of Huck (/u/huckstah). We discuss Huck’s upbringing; the impetus for him hitting the road; hitchhiking on his first trip to San Francisco; how he finds work; the story of Hobo Whiskey; how his friends were murdered in Hawaii; the /r/Vagabond Subreddit; meeting Tanner Masseth (/u/other_tanner); creating their documentary, ‘Transients’; and how Rin (/u/rinrose16) used /r/Vagabond to transition to a lifestyle on the road.

This episode features Huck (/u/huckstah), Rin (/u/rinrose16), and Tanner Masseth (/u/other_tanner).

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