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Josh skiing off of a 50 foot cliff at Solitude Mountain Resort in Utah.
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The Road Home Part 4: How to Get Lost on Route 66

When we left North Carolina to head back to Utah, we never set out to end up on Route 66 specifically.  In fact, we weren't exactly sure which way we were taking back to Utah, only that it had to be somewhat direct based on our budget situation.  Once we arrived in Oklahoma City, we realized that hopping on the Route was an option and decided it would be a welcome change from the straight-shot freeway route we'd taken up to that point.   Read more

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The Road Home Part 3: Big Dam Arkansas

After two all-too-short days spent in Tennessee, it was back on the road for us with Arkansas in our crosshairs.  We drove all day and found ourselves in Little Rock that night.  We drove around downtown Little Rock looking for something to do on our zero dollar budget with no luck in particular.  Finding ourselves with nothing to do in a city we knew nothing about, we decided to "stay in" for the night and just hang out in the van.   Read more

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The Road Home Part 2: The Tennessee Two-Day

From North Carolina we moved on to Tennessee to explore the town of Chattanooga.  In particular, this was because I was reading book American Gods by Neil Gaiman and two Chattanooga tourist attractions play a prominent role in the book:  Rock City and Lookout Mountain.  We had hopes of visiting the attractions but found them to be out of our budget.  Instead, we enjoyed checking out the cool bridges, architecture, graffiti, and relaxing to the cool vibe we felt from the people of the city Read more