They've made us laugh for years and years but have you ever wondered where your favourite iconic cartoon characters actually live?
Grassy green fields zip past in a 65 mph blur. Endless and monotonous, the black asphalt ribbon of road shoots out from in front of us for 300 miles from Sioux City.
Travelling around Central America can sometimes be daunting – you hear those rumours and stories and it's enough to put anyone off.
If you've got a day to spare in New Orleans on either side of your trek with us, you're in luck, as this is one of those cities that's jam-packed with interesting things to see and do.
Before your amazing trek across the USA, you'll want to get firmly into the mood, and nothing beats a great movie.
Baseball is as synonymous with summertime in America as apple pie and the 4th of July. It's our national pastime. It's late afternoon games spent with friends and family, sipping cold beers and cheering on the home team.
It is believed that there are over 160,000 miles of motorways, or as they call them highways, in the USA – that's a lot of road!
A campfire is absolutely essential to the camp experience. It provides warmth, light, heat for food and an excuse to stare at something for minutes on end without feeling useless or creepy. The fire is the focal point of the camp site.
With so many of you lovely Trekkers joining us on the road each year we have decided to publish some of your stories right here for past, present and future Trekkers to read all about. We share with you their worries, their memories and their passion for adventure.
Ah, we've all been there: to tip or not to tip? And trust us when we say that there are few social customs in the USA more confusing than tipping.