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Images and video from San Luis Obispo County, California!
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Vagabonding 101: How to Live in a Van

Interested in the van dwelling world? Come along with us for a tour of our van!
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See Our World

We love capturing beauty in all forms. Browse our photos and purchase prints if you'd like.
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Featured Photo

Josh skiing off of a 50 foot cliff at Solitude Mountain Resort in Utah.
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Gear Reviews

It's not always easy traveling 24/7. Check out the gear that gets us there.
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SAVE MONEY and Help Us Cover Salt Lake Comic Con Again!

Ok, here's the deal...  We've been invited back to Salt Lake to cover Salt Lake Comic Con again, but there's one problem... we don't have the gas money to get there from Oregon (where we are right now).

BUT YOU CAN HELP...

We do happen to have 2 VIP Tickets which we can sell (at a BIG discount) in order to fund our way back to SLC and bring you more videos like this:

So, with your purchase, not only do you help us help Salt Lake Comic Con, you get this:

  • BIG Savings on your tickets (Retail is $235/each now and goes up to $250 on 9/1/14)
  • Admission for 2 Children Under 10 with each ticket
  • Thursday, Friday and Saturday Event Entry
  • Early Expo Hall Entry
  • Early Entry to Panels
  • Express Lines for Autographs and Photo Ops
  • Limited Edition VIP Foil T-Shirt*
  • VIP Collectible Lanyard
  • Limited Edition Collectible Print
  • $30 Photo Op Voucher
  • 2 $5 Comic Cash

BONUS: If you're a cosplayer, we'll also do a private photo shoot with you and make sure you're featured in our highlights video(s) (if you wish).

*If you purchase and redeem these tickets TODAY (8/15), you'll also received the Limited Edition Salt Lake Comic Con VIP Foil T-Shirt

ASKING $350 FOR BOTH TICKETS ($150 TOTAL SAVINGS)

CLICK HERE TO CONTACT US NOW

For more information about the VIP Tickets, visit SaltLakeComicCon.com

IF YOU'RE NOT IN NEED OF THESE TICKETS, BUT WANT TO HELP, PLEASE SHARE THIS POST!  THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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Redemption at Last: The Arizona Wine Tour

Looking for a specific winery?  Click one of the links below to jump down.
Arizona Stronghold  |  Four Eight Wineworks  |  Page Springs Cellars  |  Caduceus Cellars

The Quick Back Story...

Just before beginning our “Vagabloggers” experience of full-time travel a few years ago, we saw a documentary called Blood Into Wine. The documentary chronicles the up-and-coming wine industry in Arizona. More notably, the documentary features the story behind the wines of the ubiquitous musician (and now winemaker) Maynard James Keenan. For those who may be unfamiliar... in short, Maynard in an individual who has had a resounding impact on my life through the music and lyrics of the bands he fronts: Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer. Shortly after seeing said film, we found ourselves inspired to experience this Arizona wine scene and taste the wines for ourselves. So… we planned a road trip to Flagstaff/Cottonwood/Jerome with a couple of friends and off we went. The experience, however, was incredibly short-lived and we, well… made mistakes. Like not even buying or tasting Maynard’s artisan line of wines: Caduceus. If you’re super curious about those mistakes, check out our older Jerome blog post here.

Now, after having lived the nomadic lifestyle for over 3 years, we were presented with the opportunity to meet up with some friends (one of whom joined us on the previous trip) for a redemption visit. This time, we had all the time in the world, a van to stay in, and frankly, better access to the wines.   Read more

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Life as a Van Dweller in San Diego

After a month in San Diego, I couldn’t help but compare myself with the homeless population. It’s touted perfect weather seems to have a draw of it’s own for those lacking shelter. When moving from city to city in our van, we’re used to lying low and maintaining a stealthy cover. But when there’s someone sleeping literally right outside your door every night, lying low is literally an impossibility.   Read more