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Author: Vagabloggers

Just a couple free spirits who've escaped corporate slavery to pursue full time vagabonding & blogging. We're big fans of minimalism, backpacking, hiking, rock climbing & conscious conversation.
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Exploring Bryce Canyon National Park

After a winter in Utah, we started the next leg of our never-ending journey by heading south to Bryce Canyon National Park.  After all the years we've lived in Utah, we'd never actually BEEN to Bryce!  Naturally, we made it a mandatory stop on our way out this time.

I could go on and on here describing the magic this place can instill, but words cannot do a place like this justice.  Instead, we'll leave you with a few enticing photos and a video.  Experiencing the rest will be up to you.  Enjoy.   Read more

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Van Dwelling at Yellowstone's Mammoth Hot Springs

Our first stop in Yellowstone was Mammoth Hot Springs. Realistically, the pictures and video of Mammoth’s travertine terraces, steaming hot springs, and gaunt dead trees will do it far more justice than our words could ever do. So in the interest of short reads and our ADD society… enjoy our visual representation of Mammoth Hot Springs.   Read more

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Aerial Yoga in Missoula Montana

While spending time in Missoula, Meisha discovered that there was a local yoga studio that teaches aerial yoga, which she has been into for the past year or so.  After covering a pole dance and aerial silk competition in Ogden Utah, that interest has only grown further.  Our friends, Jared and Jesse decided to join her for a little quality upside-down yoga and general body manipulation.  We'll let the video and photos speak for themselves, but wanted to extend a great big "THANK YOU" to SJ and the girls at Moksha Aerial Studio Collective for allowing us to come in to play, relax, learn, film, and photograph.  If you ever have the opportunity to try aerial yoga (particularly at Moksha in Missoula), it's definitely worth a try!

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Free Day at the Denver Botanic Gardens

As often as possible, we tend to look for free things to do. Well, it turns out we had good timing this time around in Denver. The Denver Botanic Gardens just so happened to have a FREE ADMISSION DAY! We packed up our camera and our friend Steve and headed for the gardens. We found the Gardens to be a nice place to take a stroll for the evening and imagined it'd be a great place to have a picnic or simply sit and read while enjoying the surrounding plant life. Meisha had a good time taking a few black and white photos as we walked around the Botanic Gardens, so naturally, we decided to share them with you here. Read more