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Okay so we are back after a long hiatus with a new name, new adventures, new energy, and a new blogging addition- VanLife. The RadVan adventures blog will continue to be about outdoor adventures- mountain biking, road biking, trail running, hiking, backpacking, surfing, SUP, and general outdoor porn. We are also in mid-conversion of a… Read More ›
I’ve had these photos for a while now. They’ve been waiting to become a blog post, but I’ve been struggling to find the words to describe my relationship with fog. As an outdoor athlete, I have a love-hate relationship with fog. On one hand, fog means cold. Fog means damp. Fog means extra layers. Fog means… Read More ›
New Name- Same Content Tahoesux.com has a new name that more accurately reflects our content! We’ll continue to plug away at providing the same content about the outdoors- biking, hiking, trail running, outdoor stewardship, surfing, paddleboarding, nature, backpacking, road trips, dogs and paws, outdoor adventures, and the simple joy of playing outside. So why the… Read More ›
Happy Holidays! Wishing you all many great adventures in the new year! Now that we’ve survived the Mayan Apocalypse and the longest night, days are getting brighter and longer. Make sure you make time for outdoor adventure in the new year. Feel the brisk chill of winter on your skin See your breath Hear the… Read More ›
Black Friday is here once again. H and I made our annual Black Friday pilgrimage. The lines were long and epic The roads were packed with holiday traffic, and we had to park miles away from the mall. We scored a great deal on some sunshine (80% off, Woohoo!). I trampled some people to get… Read More ›
Located in Fort Bragg, California, Glass Beach is an accident of history. For years, people drove to the edge of a sea cliff and tossed their garbage over the side. The beach was the city dump. Much of the garbage was burned right on the beach, and the remainder was just left for the ocean… Read More ›
“Ghost Town.” Just saying it brings visions of cowboys and gunfights on dusty streets. The stuff of old movies. There are hundreds (if not thousands) of ghost towns in the American West. Dilapidated and broken buildings are a testament to broken dreams and tough people in search of the American Dream. Discoveries of silver and… Read More ›
We found this little guy on a remote beach on Hawaii’s Big Island, drawing slow patterns in the sand as he inched along. Just a cool sight and interesting image
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