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Santiago Peak (Saddleback) via Holy Jim Trail

Growing up in Orange County everyone knows old Saddleback Mountain, or Saddlecrack as we refer to it. It looms off in the distance and you can see it from just about anywhere on the 5 freeway going north out of San Clemente. It is the tallest peak in Orange County and its real name is…

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The National Divide – Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park, MT and Canada

It’s early September and we were in Glacier National Park in mid-July, just to give you a time frame. Glacier turned out to be our top spot of the entire nine month trip around the US and a small portion of Canada. I’d go back to Glacier in a heartbeat. There’s so much natural breathtaking…

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SOLD – Itasca Sunrise 32H 2008 For Sale – Our beauty is SOLD

THE SUNRISE IS SOLD< SOLD< SOLD. We’ve only owned our beloved Itasca Sunrise 32H for a year but we have realized our need to downsize for the next adventure. It is hard to see her go, but she must. Here is a ton of pictures and a description of the coach. If you know anyone…

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Calico Tanks Trail & Scrambling at Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas

We’ve been back in California for nearly a month now. Since our return I have been trying to get outside and explore as much as possible. Erin and I were able to get out-of-town to Las Vegas where we were looking forward to some time at the Mandalay Bay Spa and even more-so some time…

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The First National Park – Yellowstone and Grand Teton, WY

If you’ve been following along on the blog you might be a bit confused on our current whereabouts. I don’t blame you. While I’m still posting blogs about our time in the Old West, we are actually sitting in Chris’s parents’ living room in Orange County, California. Yes, our trip of nine months across the…

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