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Over Prepared and Underprepared: How Both Can Keep You From Exploring

Over Prepared and Underprepared: How Both Can Keep You From Exploring

By: Ethan Hayman Whether you choose to explore the world around you by motor vehicle, bicycle, or by foot there is a fine line between wandering dangerously into the unknown with no preparation, being safely prepared for the adventure ahead, and being paralyzed by the […]

Bathtub Rocks- Iconic Attraction Near Historic Tahlequah, OK

Bathtub Rocks- Iconic Attraction Near Historic Tahlequah, OK

GPS Coordinates: 35.997521, -94.897183 Nearest Town: Tahlequah, OK One of my favorite aspects of living in Northeast Oklahoma and Tahlequah in general are the outdoor activities that are still generally well-kept secrets in the area. These are well-kept locations mostly due to the lack of […]

The Sierras

The Sierras

Entry into the Sierra Mountain Range was special for both of us. Neither of us had ever been to this part of the country and we had both had most of the region on our respective bucket lists for a long time. Yosemite, Kings Canyon, […]

A Different Kind of Adventuring: Volunteering at Overland Expo West

A Different Kind of Adventuring: Volunteering at Overland Expo West

We had just walked out of the Grand Canyon after a 5-day backpacking trip through some of the most beautiful canyon-country in the world. Surely, whatever activity we picked to occupy our time in Flagstaff following the bucket-list hike of a lifetime would be a […]

Top 5 Things to See and Do in Southern Utah

Top 5 Things to See and Do in Southern Utah

Utah is beautiful, mystifying, and captivating. These are our top-5 stops in Southern Utah. These might not be the most popular, but they are unique, creative, and rewarding experiences for the traveler that is looking to beat the crowds and still see amazing things. Explore […]

Every Once and a While, Do the Touristy Stuff!

Every Once and a While, Do the Touristy Stuff!

Rachael and I are not very touristy people. We like to camp in the National Forest with few neighbors and even fewer utilities; this article is being written in a National Forest coincidently enough. We bike or drive into the National Parks before day-break so […]

Moab, UT- An Alien Planet of Adventure

Moab, UT- An Alien Planet of Adventure

When you make the turn on HWY 191 to start the descent into Moab, Utah, you transition from a world of pine trees and alpine peaks to a landscape splattered with globs of slick-rock and arches that are a million years old: it’s like being […]

Land Run 100: A Gravel Redemption Story

Land Run 100: A Gravel Redemption Story

**See our newest episode of our VLOG on our YouTube Channel** Land Run 2017 When Rachael and I get an idea or a goal in our head, it is difficult to get it out without going after it. (Flashback to 2016) We wanted to ride […]

Glamping on the Mesa: Hotel Luna Mystica- Taos, NM

Glamping on the Mesa: Hotel Luna Mystica- Taos, NM

I will be honest: I don’t like paying for camping. On previous trips, we have avoided paid campgrounds by camping in a city park! However, that was before we were faced with a dilemma in Taos, NM. We had a grand campsite at the top of […]

FREE Camping: Taos Ski Valley

FREE Camping: Taos Ski Valley

With every trip that we take into the wild, we strive to not pay for camping. Nature should be free. There are a few exceptions, such as the folks over at Hotel Luna Mystica: those guys and girls know how to have a good time […]



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