The Un-Road Trip from Halogen features the cross-country road trip of quirky eco-adventurer, Boaz Frankel. But this is no ordinary road trip and Boaz is no ordinary eco-adventurer. Over the course of 20 years, Boaz has started the west coast's only kazoo museum, surveyed wombat burrows in the Australian Bush, and achieved the Guinness World Record for high-fiving. Boaz uses only alternative transportation for the 12,000 mile trip through the United States and Canada. This includes kayak, camel, couch bike and motorized cooler, plus 100 other modes of transportation. In his quest for alternative, sustainable transportation, Boaz meets inventors, entrepreneurs, and government leaders. By avoiding the well-traveled roadways of America and Canada and instead using rail lines, waterways, bike paths, and forest trails, Boaz also documents the United States and Canada from a truly unique, rarely seen perspective. This is by far the most unusual and challenging road trip you will ever witness.