A travel pursuit can be of heart, of the mind or lived out at the side of a road. At Enterprise, we're here to help inspire and enable your pursuits, wherever they may lead.
Alex is a brilliant high school student who knows how to dream big. She’d love to be on Mars by the time she’s 30 but will settle for a manned mission to the International Space Station. Watch her discover the world of amateur rocketry and attempt to launch her self-made, high-tech model rocket.
Beekeeper Sarah Red-Laird drives her bees to the beautiful orchards of Frog Hollow Farm in Brentwood, California, to help pollinate plum trees. We follow her journey as she buzzes down from Ashland, Oregon, to meet Farmer Al Courchesne, a longtime organic farmer. They bond over the sweet taste of fresh honey and a shared passion for helping our planet.
Through no fault of their own, millions of unfortunate dogs land in overcrowded animal shelters every year. These healthy, kind and loving animals simply need a second chance. Thanks to charities and a network of dog rescuers, time and fuel costs are being absorbed and new leases on life are being granted to the animals. Sugar is a sweet and beautiful pit bull, and Kindra is a Los Angeles-based mother and volunteer with Bark Avenue Foundation.
The destination is only part of the journey. The fastest way isn’t always the best way. Anthony Esteves recalls the indelible memories that came from a leisurely drive with his wife, Julie O’Rourke, and their son, Diogo.
Charles and his father, Bob, took the adventure of a lifetime, hiking through some of the most challenging and beautiful terrain in the Pacific Northwest. But it wasn’t your average hiking adventure because Charles is blind. Charles began to lose his sight at the age of 12. He and his father initially struggled to accept the devastating news, but both were determined that it would not affect Charles’ ability to experience the world — including the excitement of visiting new destinations.