The Utah Episode (Podcast S4:E3)

The Utah Episode (Podcast S4:E3)

“So yeah, back to staying within my limits. It’s good to remember that I have them for a reason!” – Lisa We just spent another five weeks in Utah! In the latest podcast episode, we talk about my top ten most memorable moments from those 

Back West (Podcast S4:E1)

Back West (Podcast S4:E1)

Hi! We’ve missed you! The first episode of the new series of our podcast is out now – listen here! Hear about where we are now and why it’s Utah! Then, come along with us in the Bobs as we explore the San Rafael Swell 

Podcast Update: Series Four is Coming Soon!

Podcast Update: Series Four is Coming Soon!

Series four of the Road Tripping in America podcast will be starting soon! In this series, we are incredibly excited to be back in the West in The Bobs. And maybe, maybe, maybe this time covid is gone and we can start meeting people again 

35 Days in Canyon Country (Podcast S2:E9)

35 Days in Canyon Country (Podcast S2:E9)

A new episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. In this episode, we force our bodies through cracks in the ground in places like Buckskin Gulch and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, 

Money and Dinosaurs (Podcast S2:E5)

Money and Dinosaurs (Podcast S2:E5)

A new episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. Today: we take a deep dive into our budget vs. our actual spending for our first two months of road life, and then 

The 6 Best Burgers in America: Middle-of-Nowhere Edition

The 6 Best Burgers in America: Middle-of-Nowhere Edition

Finding a good burger in a city is easy. There’s Dick’s in Seattle, Kopp’s in Milwaukee, In-N-Out across the Southwest, and Culver’s everywhere in the Midwest. But there’s something about being in the middle of nowhere and finding a great burger place. A cheeseburger in 

Cross-country bikers and meteors lead to a serious case of introspection

Cross-country bikers and meteors lead to a serious case of introspection

We met our first cross-country biker of the trip in Baker, NV. We’ve seen plenty of serious bikers on the road and have heard about others (my parents’ friends’ daughter and son-in-law recently completed a trip from Syracuse to San Francisco, you can read about 

Now Entering Colorado!

Now Entering Colorado!

Man, I was so excited to be back in Colorado. Even the billboards were excited for us to arrive — “Real beer is worth the drive,” they proclaimed. Soon we’d be able to buy Fat Tire beer, Lisa’s favorite. Our first stop: Dinosaur, Colorado. We checked 

Dinosaur National Monument gives us the perfect desert goodbye

Dinosaur National Monument gives us the perfect desert goodbye

Yes, Dinosaur National Monument has dinosaur bones. The best bones have long been removed and placed in museums, but they’ve left a few in place to illustrate the amazing forces that made these bones find-able in the first place: first, lots of animals and dinosaurs died in 

Whenever possible, take the scenic route

Whenever possible, take the scenic route

If you’ve got the time, take the scenic route. Better yet, plan to have the time to take the scenic route. When planning your trip, we’d advise avoiding all major highways: the 5s, 80s, 90s, 94s, 15s, 70s of the country. Sure, you can get 

The Utah-Nevada Border Inn

The Utah-Nevada Border Inn

The Border Inn sits just outside Baker, Nevada along Highway 50. It straddles the border … literally. On the Nevada side, you can get a breakfast beer, play a slot machine, and buy coffee. On the Utah side, you can fill up on gasoline or rent 

Utah has the worst drivers.

Utah has the worst drivers.

In New York, people think they’re the center of the universe and they drive like it. They’re going to make it, be big, rock the town. It’s the Big Apple the Empire State, all that shit. In Southern California, drivers are narcissistic cell phone users