I’ve been away from my place of birth for six years. Consequently, my childhood home would soon feel foreign, causing me to re-examine the word “home.” Home by nature implies grounding however there is an ongoing transformation within our society of what this definition means. It is becoming more common to have a multi-sense of place. “Home” is becoming increasingly temporal, yet not necessarily making one location any less important than the next. I continue to question the definition. How quickly can an unfamiliar landscape be associated with “home” and what contributes to this change? Is it the lure of the road and the enchantment of being somewhere new? Or is it the new relationships established in these once unattached places that provide one with a new sense of grounding and connection. As my affinity for the road continues to evolve, the road itself has become a surrogate home as it connects me to all the relationships I’ve built during my travels. When the Road Seeks Home is an examination of the temporal nature of home and an accumulation of images gathered while living on the road.