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Covid and Loathing in Las Vegas (Podcast S2:E7)

Covid and Loathing in Las Vegas (Podcast S2:E7)

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 can’t live like every day is a vacation – we’d probably die (and we’d definitely blow through our 

Making a List and Checking it…Later (Podcast S2:E6)

Making a List and Checking it…Later (Podcast S2:E6)

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 share three Wind River, WY stories told by way of the things we saved to Google when back in 

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 Colorado Mountain Biking Special (Podcast S2:E4)

The Colorado Mountain Biking Special (Podcast S2:E4)

A new episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. Today: a special edition all about mountain biking in and around Colorado. We rank, we review, we get bruised (often). Do you have 

Ruins, Rats, and Realizations (Podcast S2:E3)

Ruins, Rats, and Realizations (Podcast S2:E3)

A new episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. Join us as we think about what ruins really are, then see the behind the scenes reality of making a podcast in the 

Planning for Spontaneity (Podcast S2:E2)

Planning for Spontaneity (Podcast S2:E2)

The second road-based episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. Join us as we reflect on planned vs. spontaneous travel and how that translates to our life on the road. We’ll also 

On the Road…Again! (Podcast S2:E1)

On the Road…Again! (Podcast S2:E1)

Our first road-based episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. Join us on Colorado’s bumpy backcountry discovery route and the Collegiate Peaks Scenic Byway as we work on finding the right pace 

Six Hours in a Mexico City Police Station (Podcast S1:E4)

Six Hours in a Mexico City Police Station (Podcast S1:E4)

Episode four of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. We’re publishing the episode a little early this week, since we’ll be hitting the road this weekend! Finally!!! Today, while we finish packing, moving, 

Trading Stuff for Places (Podcast S1:E3)

Trading Stuff for Places (Podcast S1:E3)

Episode three of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. In this episode, we answer our most frequently asked questions: what we’re doing with all our stuff and where we’re going once we start 

Who Needs a Toilet When You Have a Shovel? (Podcast S1:E2)

Who Needs a Toilet When You Have a Shovel? (Podcast S1:E2)

Episode two of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. In this episode, we decide what to name the camper (hint: it’s Office Space related), take you on a tour of what it does 

We Have a Podcast! Welcome to Road Tripping in America.

We Have a Podcast! Welcome to Road Tripping in America.

As Paul teased the other day, we are adding a podcast to our media empire this time around. We are so excited to share sounds and stories from the road with you on our new podcast, Road Tripping in America! The podcast will be available 

Chipping Away the Marble that Doesn’t Look Like Adventure

Chipping Away the Marble that Doesn’t Look Like Adventure

The topic of complexity came up a lot during my last few weeks of work. I shared my opinions on why things took longer than they should and how they could be streamlined. The solution, as I saw it, was to remove complexity, to subtract,