Worst State to Hitch Through? (2 Viewers)

Click here to buy one of our amazing custom bandanas!
Joined
Jan 7, 2017
Messages
515
Location
away
Website
m.soundcloud.com
Ohio!! Was stuck at a rest stop I protests to no mean being dropped off in, was stuck there for 2 days till an awesome guy in a Red Cross truck picked us up and let us ride
 

pewpew

I'm a d-bag and got banned.
Banned
Joined
Feb 21, 2016
Messages
95
Location
Benson, United States
The panhandle of Oklahoma was probably my worst experience, mostly cow trucks and not a lot of traffic flow around there, really pretty much most of the state i had a hard time but the pan handle part was the absolute worst.
 

paterdot

Wayfarer
Joined
Feb 14, 2017
Messages
52
Location
woonsocket
every were
i really hate hitch hikeing but you have to do it
texas sucks to hitch NM,GA,AL,LA,FL,KT,OHIO,CO
i try to ride trains much as possible i look like shit and smell
people tend to get scared of me they see my tats and dont want me in there car
one time i held a sighn up that said hail satan 666 and it worked
I would pick you up any day
 
T

tennesseejed

I closed my account
Ohio and texas. Awful. I have no reason to go back to either place.
 

THEOEHT

Pilgrim
Joined
Jul 18, 2017
Messages
29
Location
randle, washington
Southern idaho was pretty bad. we got a ride from yellowstone to some small town in south idaho. it was a sunday and very mormon so there were no stores open to fill up water or get food, even though we had some cash. after using our brains a bit, we realized that the mormon church was the only place to get h2O. the minister was friendly and gave us a bunch of water bottles. we walked down the road a bit and tried to hitch for about 12 hours. no one stopped for us until the evening when the mormon minister pulled up and gave us some home made bread and elk meat. he said that no one in the town drives any distance and since it wasnt on a major highway we might not have much luck. we called it a night and slept in a park, got chased by sprinklers a few times. in the morning we met an old guy heading to idaho falls in the opposite direction we were heading. we took the ride anyway and tried our luck there. we tried to hitch out of idaho falls for a while, no luck. we ran into some jugallos who have been stuck trying to hitch out for 4 days. we caved in eventually and took the salt lake express to nampa and hitched to oregon pretty easilly from there
 

boozeliteyear

Newbie
Joined
Apr 20, 2016
Messages
12
Location
ny
Oklahoma! Super unfriendly. The second we got over the border to Texas, people were much friendlier!
 
Joined
Nov 23, 2017
Messages
13
Location
dallas, tx
Florida and Kansas: Florida won't let you walk on its interstates, and Kansas won't let you walk on the interstate, state why, or county road period. it took me over a week of walking on us 1 from Jacksonville to Daytona Beach, not a single ride. I was stranded in Salina, KS for over two weeks until a school bus full of rainbows gave me a ride out of a KOA campground to Boulder, those "amoral hippies" showed me more kindness than any of those good country folk.
 

TheWindAndRain

I'm a d-bag and got banned.
Banned
Joined
Dec 15, 2013
Messages
438
Age
30
Location
silver city, new mexico
All who say all those states.. probably hav never hitched in new Jersey!!

True but part of that is due to the fact that public transportation goes everywhere, so it looks extremely out of the ordinary to hitchhike there. My ignorant ass hitchhiked through New York City twice before I figured out how to ride public transportation. They don't have that where I'm from.
 

Goldenvoid

I'm a d-bag and got banned.
Banned
Joined
Apr 23, 2018
Messages
21
Age
57
Location
Bellingham
All of southern part of I DA HOE. But way north in the Panhandle no problem. Screw Pocatello
 

stormrider66

Pilgrim
Joined
Mar 14, 2017
Messages
36
Age
53
Location
Anthony, TX
Website
backroads66.com
Texas...especially along I-10. I was stuck at the Flying J on the east side of San Antonio for 4 days, and the only place I could get a ride to going remotely west was Eagle Pass. Needless to say if you don't speak spanish in that border town, you're pretty much fucked....took me 5 days to get a ride outta there...wound up going to Brookshire...a little bit west of Houston....3 days there, and someone hooked me up with a bus ticket to El Paso....tho I was told they'd pay for a ticket anywhere I wanted to go....I should've gone for Santa Cruz, but now I'm glad I didn't. 3 days in Hell Paso at the Flying J by the New Mexico state line. Also the I-10 corridor across NM and AZ is a royal bitch. Been here in Ripon, Cali for 2 days now...no luck yet...hopefully I'll get out in the morning.
 

RottonCotton

Pilgrim
I closed my account
Joined
Apr 22, 2018
Messages
89
Location
Dallas Texas
20 years on the road ! Amarillo Texas wins to embrace the suck favor .

Tallahassee for second Nebraska for the follow up .

Easiest state to hitch ? Alabama and Tennessee yehawwww mothafucka
 

Users who are viewing this thread

About us

  • Squat the Planet is the world's largest social network for misfit travelers. Join our community of do-it-yourself nomads and learn how to explore the world by any means necessary.

    More Info

Support StP!

Donations go towards paying our monthly server fees, adding new features to the website, and occasionally putting a burrito in Matt's mouth.

Total amount
$35.00
Goal
$100.00

Monthly Goals

  1. Paying the Bills
    $35.00 of $50.00
    The first $50 in donations go towards paying our monthly server fees and adding new features to the website. Once this goal is reached, we'll see about feeding Matt that burrito.
  2. Buy Matt a Beer
    $35.00 of $75.00
    Now that we have the bills paid for this month, let's give Matt a hearty thank you by buying him a drink for all the hard work he's done for StP. Hopefully this will help keep him from going insane after a long day of squishing website bugs.
  3. Feed Matt a Burrito
    $35.00 of $100.00
    Now that the bills are paid and Matt has a beer in his hand, how about showing him your love by rewarding all his hard work with a big fat burrito to put in his mouth. This will keep him alive while programming new features for the website.
  4. Finance the Shopping Cart
    $35.00 of $200.00
    Now that the bills are paid and Matt is fed, perhaps it's time to start planning for those twilight years under the bridge... if only he had that golden shopping cart all the oogles are bragging about these days.