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Stories

The subtle ramblings and tales from a life on the road. Read, laugh, cry, ponder, muse, comment and enjoy.
One of the mentioned life-risking shots of a vicious zombie for your entertainment. You're welcome.
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Zombie Outbreak in Salt Lake City, Utah!

Upon hearing reports of an immanent zombie infestation near the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City, we did what any good adventure bloggers would do -- we drove straight there and risked life, limb, and brains to capture the action!   Read more

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Bending Reality at Old Man's Cave

It began with a soggy afternoon drive through the hills of Southeastern Ohio.  Green, thick, moist, lush and calm.  The trees... Ohio has more trees than I could have possibly imagined.  We exited the freeway and followed the winding roads of the Hocking Hills past pleasant little houses and grassy knolls as I stared out the foggy window contemplating what daily life might be like in this quiet little corner of the world.  Eventually, the twisted road guided us to our parking place just outside the entrance to Old Man's Cave.  We readied ourselves and wandered down the wooden stairs to find ourselves thrust into a magical place devoid of time and reality.   Read more

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Breaking News: Alien Activity in Indianapolis!

Article from: The Vagabloggers News Network- 

This just in:  While wandering at 100 Acres Art & Nature Park just outside of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, it seems the Vagabloggers have discovered some very strange alien activity!  WHAT?!  Don't worry, the action reporting team, Tom Karismah and Frank McCallister of The Vagabloggers News Network bring you video documentation with all the details of this strange tale from the world of vagabonding...    Read more

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Adventures in Van Dwelling: Truck Stop Misery

It's just past midnight as we pull in to yet another rest stop in Middle-America.  A foggy haze lingers in the air as the parking stalls bask in the street lights' tangerine glow.  Moths thump and swirl around the glowing bulbs and fireflies drift silently and gracefully up from the grass and through the trees, casting their magic upon all those who dare gaze.

The gravel crackles under our tires as the van rolls slowly into it's spot and the engine shuts off.  It's quiet, but only for a moment as our ears adjust and the hum-drum-rumbles of the surrounding 18 wheelers fill the night air.  At first I find myself miffed by their inconsideration of my peaceful roadside moment, but within minutes my level of understanding raises along with the internal temperature of our van.

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