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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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We love capturing beauty in all forms. Browse our photos and purchase prints if you'd like.
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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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Over, Around, Down and Through the Looking Glass in Moab, UT

Perhaps one of the coolest places we visited in Moab was Looking Glass Rock.  Not only is Looking Glass an amazing piece of rock formation, it's also a blast to play on!  The experience at Looking Glass comes in three parts:  climb, rappel and swing.  Here's how it works:

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Travelling Tree

As Josh takes pictures at Fisher Towers, I find a flat rock by an old Juniper tree at the edge of the gravel parking lot. Sitting and staring into the abyss of towering cliffs, I begin to study the tree. The thought arises that a tree will stay in one spot on this world for it's entire growing existence and appear to be completely content with this. Could I survive life in this manner?

Then a profound thought arose; I am living a life of the tree. Trees will explore their surroundings for life-giving nutrients and will root where they need to be. My travels are just laying my roots and I will go as far as I need to find growth.

I became one with the tree.
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Grand Canyon Heli-Adventure

Every year, millions of people flock to the Grand Canyon to wander the rim and stare into it's seemingly endless abyss.  We like to think that we were just a bit luckier than those people.  Thanks to our good friends Garrett and Renata Slack and the folks at Papillion Helicopter Tours, we were able to fly though the Canyon.
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