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Vagabonding 101: How to Live in a Van

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Josh skiing off of a 50 foot cliff at Solitude Mountain Resort in Utah.
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It's not always easy traveling 24/7. Check out the gear that gets us there.
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Latest Posts

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The Unclarity of Clear Creek

Why do I even enjoy or entertain the thought of climbing?  Increasingly I find myself puzzled of my desire, when I often have exasperating days of failure.  Is it really the want to feel the rock as I scale the crags, a knowing that it is something I can accomplish, or merely the need to put myself up for personal collapse and self loathing?

Sometimes I believe it’s only a way to put myself down, but the emotional occurrences brought when your feet are flat on the ground after topping a route can be amazingly speechless.  Beyond almost anything I have ever encountered in my accomplishments of other medians. Read more

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Sonic Bloom 2011: 3 Days of Enlightenment and Insanity

As we walk through the gates, the familiar scents of sage and Nag Champa fill the air.  Dreadlocked hippies and neon-clad hipsters mingle amongst other concert-goers sporting elven and animal inspired garb.   The crisp Colorado mountain air fills with cottonwood and as we start to soak it all in we realize... this is going to be pure insanity.  Welcome to Sonic Bloom.
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Van Living vs. Hotels - Realizations and Thoughts

I can't complain about having the ability to shower and swim in a pool, but I'm just not sure it was worth $60. I fund myself back in the familiar setting of a hotel room mimicking as close to an average home as possible. Does this really put travelers at ease when away from their comfort zone?  I understand the point of a hotel when on business or travel of specific reasons i.e. a funeral.

For myself, the van has become a comfortable living space and a hotel can be overly luxurious. I came to the conclusion that I'd rather spend that money on a new experience rather than revert back to those simple comforts.

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