I'm back in the homeless shelter here, and homeless shelters will pretty much be how I'll be traveling the country for free or cheap. They're like the new hostels, basically. Some do have resident restrictions, but national shelter programs like the Salvation Army (wouldn't suggest it, if you're in the queer boycott) usually don't have such restrictions. There are shelters of higher and lower quality, in comparison. If you're looking for any particular shelter like being Queer friendly so so on, you'll have to do a detailed internet search on that. Staff is a factor as well. If you're discriminated against you may be able to press charges, but that won't fix where you'll be laying your head THAT NIGHT.
Other options are cough surfing, abandon builds, and various other things. These day, shelters are the safest option in a foreign place. Or course you should stay with kind people that you know, if that's an option in any area.
But, that's paranoid me. You live your life to be
I started traveling from my hopeless situation in Louisiana to my "land of opportunities" in Colorado! It wasn't the dream I thought it would be, but it is surely a dream I never thought I'd get into! I got here for a job that turned out to be a flake - thanks to the people in charge. I was left to be homeless in a different city, and wasn't even offered a bus ticket back home. But, as sure as they may have meant it for my bad, it turned out for my good!
I've gone through a lot of self discovery over my time in Colorado, and I see that I should fly now. I decided to start traveling not to long ago, but it's been something I've wanted to do for years! I've found the light that will guide me, and I will do as my heart desires! For as bad as Colorado started it's sure a blast now! As long as I'm alive it will never "end", but it's time to put it on "pause". I'm out of the illustration that I will be a "traditional adult" and live my own life!