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When we made the comment on Facebook that we were "officially homeless", it seemed that other people didn't want to accept the fact.  We got responses like "your home just has wheels" and "home is where you set your backpack".  Although we appreciate the comforting sentiments, we're actually thrilled to death to be "homeless".
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The moment we've been working for is finally here.  It's still a little surreal and will take some time to sink in.  We've quit our jobs, bought a van, sold everything we could and donated the rest.  Our possessions have been thinned down to what we can fit in our backpacks and our van. See more
We were lucky enough to catch this cool little Festival that takes place every year in the a little art village called Coyote Gulch located in Kayenta in Southern Utah. Several artists came from all over to create some amazing works of art. The really amazing part of all of this was realizing that each and every one of these art pieces were only temporary. At least they'll live on in this video: See more
Last weekend, we took a road trip with our good friends Dallin and Nadya to Jerome, Arizona.

Why Jerome you ask?

 

Well, it's quite simple actually... maybe.  You see, there's a band I (Josh) have been obsessed with over the last several years my life- TOOL.   Maynard James Keenan is the singer for Tool as well as a few other bands like A Perfect Circle and Puscifer.  So... Maynard has moved to the small town of Jerome, Arizona to start Merkin Vineyards and make wine under the label Caduceus Cellars.

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Every once in a great while, when the conditions are just right, an 800 foot waterfall forms at the top of Hellhole Canyon in Kayenta. These falls are so rare that they can literally stop within seconds when it stops raining. We were lucky enough to time our hike just right.   See more
Have you ever sat around wondering what to do for the weekend?  Did you contemplate about taking a trip to this place or that?  Did you know there are adventures to be had right where you live?   See more
This year, we decided to forgo the usual Christmas festivities this year and just enjoy a day of skiing.   We were lucky enough to have our Uncle Steve hook us up with a couple of passes to Brian Head Ski Resort for the day.  We found Brian Head to be a pretty good place to hang out for the day - great snow from the big storms during the last week and no lines at the lifts.   It was definitely a different feel than the Northern Utah ski resorts on Christmas Day. See more
Our San Francisco mission continues as we visit Haight Street and Buena Vista Park. What strange mischief do the Vagabloggers get into? Watch and find out.... See more
Leaving our Vegas hotel seemed extremely easy and left a feeling of forgetfulness.  In reality, I was just used to packing much more for this kind of trip.  Getting to the airport was a breeze, as well as getting to our gate.  Giving ourselves two hours was unnecessary, but gave us plenty of people watching time.  My favorite was a man waiting for the same flight.  He was walking around talking on his cell phone, when he turns his back to us and with his free hand reaches deep into his underwear to scratch his behind.  Josh and I were shocked and very disappointed not to catch this act on camera, a few times!!  I hope he washed his hands before holding the baby he strolled onto the plane. See more