A star trekker A talking bucket-bodied robot has managed to hitchhike
3700 miles across Canada.
Recent developments in our education sector - with mergers between Yale and Deeside Colleges to form Coleg Cambria - also mean more students than ever before are moving We need rail station for Airbus, help for those who hitchhike
for work .
Individuals may hitchhike
because it is the only way that travel is financially possible.
The story begins with young Tony Brittin beginning to hitchhike
from his summer job with the US Forest Service in the Clearwater National Forest near Pierce, Idaho, in 1958 back to Tallahassee for his senior year as a music major at Florida State University.
Geordie lad Andrew Grady will hitchhike
his way from Australia back to Blighty just in time for the launch of the Olympic Games.
PARKINSON'S sufferer Gordon Barnes was left to hitchhike
11 miles home after being discharged from hospital at 1am.
She will then hitchhike
her way through France and Spain to Malaga, before taking a ferry to Morocco.
About 100 other Newcastle University students and thousands of UK students will take part in the hitchhike
to raise money for Link Community Development, an organization which assists primary schools in sub-Saharan Africa.
Hooking up with a man named Ken-Adi that he met in a laundromat, Richard and his new friend decide to hitchhike
to San Francisco on a trip that takes on the qualities of a spiritual quest.
CANYON COUNTRY -- Rocked by the discovery of a family secret, teenager Ronald David Kruska left home nearly three decades ago to hitchhike
However, an experiment with a common moss species shows that sperm hitchhike
on mites and tiny insects, says Nils Cronberg of Lund University in Sweden.
In his eagerness to look through the battered chest, Sky misses his school bus and has to hitchhike
to school--only to spy a double of himself, and find that the teacher thinks he is already in class.