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Sightseeing

Sometimes we have to take a break from all the climbing, rappelling and hiking and just enjoy soaking in the cool things around us. These are a few of the interesting sights we'd like to share with you:
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Columbus Ohio. It's More Fun with Your Pants Off.

Coming into Columbus started out on a positive note as we had just skydived that day, but quickly turned into shambles. Everything was STUPID!! The only things people could suggest for us to do were parks, walking, museums, and biking. Which just couldn’t live up to the thrill of jumping from 13,000 ft out of a plane. We spent a few days bickering with a final blow up that drove us to leave and never had an intent to return!

After spending time in The Plains and winging our way to Cleveland, we found ourselves giving Columbus a second chance. This time around we weren’t hyped up on adrenaline and seeking our next fix. And this time we had a challenge: no van and no plans past somewhere to sleep that for the first night. At first glance Columbus appears to be a small town with small neighborhoods surrounding it, but we came to find out it has the 15th largest population of any city in the U.S. with diverse people and LOTS and LOTS of food.

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The one and only Chicago Bean
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What do Couches, India, Salsa, Ethiopia, Mothers and VanDwellers Have in Common? Chicago.

Ok, ok we know.  Chicago happened in July and August.  It’s now November.  Wait, what!?  November!?  Time definitely flies when you are not required to monitor it.  Either way, we spent 12 days hanging in and around Chicago and managed to accumulate a few pictures and memories while we were there.  Interested?  Cool.  We knew you would be.  With that... a few of our cherished memories from our time spent in the Windy City:   Read more

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7 Things We Like About Kenosha, Wisconsin

Kenosha. First of all, that's just a cool name for a city (and even cooler when you hear the local Wisconsinites say it). Second of all, it's just a cool city and definitely one of our favorite little places in the U.S.. Why? We'll tell you...

Kenosha is a quaint little town that sits right up against the edge of Lake Michigan in Southern Wisconsin. It's conveniently located about half way between Milwaukee and Chicago. It's rich history, old architecture and warm, welcoming people made it an absolute pleasure to visit.

A couple of interesting facts and cool things we liked about Kenosha: Read more

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Vagabonding in Zion National Park and The Kolob Terrace

We've spent the last 3 years living just a short drive from Zion National Park.  Before we embarked out of Utah on our grand adventure, it seemed only fitting that we spend our last bit of time in Zion.  We've had many a one-day and two-day adventure in Zion, but due to working schedule restrictions, were never able to spend much longer there.  This time we were able to spend an amazing 11 days camping, hiking, climbing, laughing, playing and experiencing Zion. Read more

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