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After we left the mountains of the Grand Teton National Park, we headed north towards Yellowstone National Park.  There’s no doubt about Yellowstone’s inherent beauty or its allure

Leaving the Uinta Mountains of Utah took some convincing, but the Labor Day weekend crowds were heavy, and for those seeking quiet and solitude, it wasn’t the place

The time spent away from the van was a good break.  It provided us the chance to reboot a little bit.  Our return to Salt Lake City was

  It’s been a full week since I’ve been in the driver’s seat of my van.  I’ve also been two timezones away in the Adirondacks.  I’ve also been sleeping

  I’ll be continuing this week’s blog in Idaho.  When I left off last, we had just left the blazing hot temperatures of Riggins, which were remedied by a

Returning to #vanlife after a quick stint in Los Angeles was a welcome shift back to the lifestyle I’ve grown more used to.  While I can’t say that

A little over three months after leaving Los Angeles and striking out on what we consider to be the adventure of a lifetime, we’ve returned to the city. 

 The wildfire continues to burn in Glacier National Park, and the hot, dry, and windy weather continues to work against the fire crews fighting the blaze.  Although we

Although we wanted to spend more time in Seattle, we had to make a quick haul east to Montana for a project that my production company was shooting

If you’re reading this blog, I think it’s safe to say that you’ve spent your fair share of time on airplanes for pleasure and for work.  These days,

My name is Ryan, and I might be the luckiest guy in the world.   Presumptuous, yes, but wait, there’s more.  I live and work in a van.  By