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I’m a World Record Holder Thanks to the Utah Undie Run

Yesterday an interesting item popped up in my Facebook feed. It was a link to the website for the Utah Undie Run. Emilie and I had just moved to Salt Lake City and our friend Danielle had come to visit. I thought it would be fun for us to do so I suggested it.

Not being the types to go parading around in their undies in front of large crowds, I was surprised that they agreed.

So, yesterday at around 5pm we stripped down and headed to the Salt Lake City Public Library where the event was to going to start.

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We’re ready to run in our undies!

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Driving the Roads of South America

Guest post by Karla Fetrow

South America could truly be called one of world’s last remaining frontiers.  The geography ranges from the ultra-modern comforts of Buenos Aires to indigenous tribes that remain completely untouched by modern civilization.  Its road system reflects the same diversity. Continue Reading →

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Three Outdoors Adventures in Mazatlan, Mexico

Last June I spent a week in Mazatlan, Mexico a group of bloggers and social media all-stars courtesy of Go Mazatlan. Although I’d heard of Mazatlan before, I knew little about the city. Mazatlan, I learned, is not your normal all-inclusive drinking-on-the-beach Mexican destination. If you’re looking for that, you should go to Cancun or Puerto Vallerta. Continue Reading →

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The Guide to Eco-Friendly Backpacking

Many of us try to lead eco-conscious lifestyles at home – reducing the amount of packaging we throw away, recycling when possible, and eating responsibly-sourced food. However, staying green while you’re on the road is easier said than done – but really there’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to enjoy yourself while travelling without harming the environment. Continue Reading →

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