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As we've traveled through life's journey, both before and after we became Vagabloggers, we've been called many things. We've been placed into many social genres and have been identified as being part of many particular cliques. Some of the labels placed on us have been: Rock Climbers, Hippies, Vegetarians, Van Dwellers, Couch Surfers, Coffee Geeks, Drifters and just plain Weirdos. Funny thing is, almost all of these labels have been applied by those outside of these social circles. If you asked the people inside these circles, invariably most of them would reply "They're cool, but they're not one of us."

Recently, this paradox has made itself all-the-more clear while we've been camped out at Miguel's Pizza in Kentucky's Red River Gorge. See more

In this episode: The Vagabloggers are too cheap to pay for hair cuts, so Josh dons a GoPro® HD Helmet HERO™ Camera and takes a whack at Meisha's hair... maybe a little too literally See more

6 months ago in a land far, far away: Our hearts raced and our minds filled with excitement as we realized we were pulling out of the driveway to our house for the last time.  This was it.  The moment we'd talked about for the last 2 years.  Happening.  Really.  We headed down the road in giddy anticipation for our first real night as van dwelling vagabonds.  So many realizations floated through my head as I piloted our new home out of suburbia.  Filled with euphoria, my focus shifted back and forth from the road to the windshield as oncoming headlights hit the glass and passed from bottom to top, bottom to top.  Each car making it's way past us on their rhythmic return to their assigned suburban plot.  We find our back door exit from the neighborhood and head down a dirt road to some camper-friendly public lands.  Street lights and houses fade in the dust behind us.   See more

It’s been a strange whirlwind of events lately that seem to have brewed up a storm.  With most storms, you don’t really know how they are going to be until the very moment they hit or simply disappear into thin air.  Before us was a series of challenges on this potentially deadly mission:

  • Secure transportation from Columbus to Cleveland (NO VAN USE PERMITTED)
  • Once in Cleveland,locate shelter for the night.
  • Infiltrate the Kirtland Visitors Center and surprise our sister, Tiffany.
  • Secure transportation back to Columbus.

 We knew it was risky, but we were up for the challenge.  See more

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...    See more

Looking for some cheap, portable, delicious, healthy and easy travel food?   Maybe you just like granola?  Are you just a dirty vagabonding or van-dwelling hippie?  Either way, we've got you covered.  We've taken our brother-in-law's mother's recipe, tweeked it a bit and concocted our very own high protein, fabulous tasting granola and have decided to share it with the world.  Little disclaimer:  if you're a vagabonder or a van-dweller, you're gonna have to find a kitchen for this one.  Our best suggestion... find a friendly host through CouchSurfing and share a little granola love with them.  Ok, without further adieu, the recipe: See more

Leaving for the lake seemed to take forever, as we all drug our feet with seeming exhaustion.  We watched the trees breeze by as we winded down the roads in search of this hidden gem, which the locals raved upon.  Lake Hope finally appeared out the passenger side window and we pulled in.  Relaxed and feeling the chill of the evening, getting into the water became a distant desire.  We sat on the beach chowing down on pretzels and watching Avery run around the playground 20 feet away from the water which was a distance for her to completely forget the lake existed.  

 Eventually, we all finally mustered up the energy to mosey over to the boat rentals after deciding to rent two canoes.  See more

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: See more

We had originally planned on spending a full month traveling across Nebraska and Iowa. As it turns out, that's just as hard to do as it sounds. We crossed the two massive states in about 10 days and were forced to reexamine our strategy. We decided to curve up through Wisconsin before heading straight to Chicago and are really happy we did as we would have never stumbled across the wonderfully quaint and rustic town of Dubuque, Iowa. See more