Colorado: Part II

More Denver I love Denver…what an excellent city. I always knew I was supposed to like Denver, because it’s the cool thing to do. But I never really knew. It’s the only city that’s smack dab in the middle of the country where I could absolutely, positively live. It’s like a big-city-breath-of-fresh-air in the …

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Colorado: Part I

Home for the rest of the year! “A fine beer may be judged with only one sip, but it’s better to be thoroughly sure.” -Czech Proverb Fort Collins Our first Colorado stop was Fort Collins…where we did a whole lotta beer drinkin’. We love good beer. We love good beer so much. And …

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Yellowstone

Yellowstone, the first national park in the world. Home to one of the largest high-altitude lakes in North America. Acres upon acres of half of the world’s smoking and bubbling geothermal features. This place is gurgling, erupting, steaming, and sprawling. By sprawling, I mean 3,468.4 square miles of land, animal, and ecological …

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Gateway to the WEST

After Chattanooga we did some serious driving and hopped 2 time zones. We made a lot of quick stops with one long unfortunate stop in “Lake of the Ozarks” Missouri…the Redneck Riviera of Middle America. We are still doing a pretty good job of not-at-all following my meticulously planned itinerary …

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Tennessee, Ain’t No Place I’d Rather Be

We could not quite put our finger on Chattanooga. We didn’t really know what to expect but I think we were prepared to see more Wranglers and cowboy boots than we did. Chattanooga is actually super urban (don’t get me wrong, you drive 5 minutes outside the city and you find yourself …

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Chahhleston, A True Southern Jewel

I don’t know how anyone visits Charleston and doesn’t think to themselves “I need to live here.” It’s the perfect combination of beach town and city life. It’s beach living without the off season. You can island hop and find that each island is its own world with a different feel. Folly …

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First Stop: Asheville, NC

Asheville – or as some of the locals we met refer to it: “Little San Francisco” – did not disappoint. It was a perfectly quirky dot on the map for our maiden voyage. Here is a a quick & dirty synopsis of this funky mountain town: A huge chalk wall lines …

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