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To give an initial sample of what we are offering, we took an expedition to Bryce Canyon, and documented it through the journal entries below.

Cynthia on one of the wider trails

2013-03-12 The Big Hike

Warren writes: After a slightly better night of sleep, I woke before dawn, and realized it was time to try to catch Sunrise Point at sunrise. Hauling ourselves over there after a doughnut-sugar infusion, we made it roughly in time. So, here’s our first piece of travel advice if you go to Bryce. The scenic […]

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What exaggeration?

2013-03-12 Something Wise About Journeys and Destinations

Cynthia Writes: So, we got up early enough to hit Sunrise Point *at sunrise.* Go us!

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2013-03-11 Good Morning, Campers! :-D

Cynthia Writes: Waking up in the pre-dawn light, the first thing I did was to giggle a little bit. Surviving the night is not normally a challenge for me; I am in fairly good health. But this was the first time I’d slept in a tent pitched in snow at 8000 feet. Boo-yeah!

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Cynthia and Warren, Day 1 of the Bryce Canyon expedition

2013-03-11 Into the Canyon

Warren writes: We lived. I have slept in unheated rooms before in the winter, but sleeping on snow in a tent, with nothing but a tarp, tent, thermal air mattress, and sleeping bag between me and the snow was a new experience. (Ok, yes, I was wearing thermal base layers, a midlayer hoodie, and my […]

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Snow-capped mountain on the flight to Las Vegas

2013-03-10 Westward, ho!

Warren writes: We headed out for Bryce Canyon, early early early in the morning. My (Warren’s) flight departed at 6:05 AM from Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU) in North Carolina. Little did I know that the chill morning air would be balmy compared to the majority of our time on the road. Fortunately, ticketing, checking luggage, and […]

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A mini facehugger, preserved for your safety.

After-action report: Aliens-Colonial Marines launch party

A great time was had by all, even if the volume was turned up to permanent-damage-inducing levels. Got a few fun photos to share with you.

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Status updates

Park House Cafe, just outside Zion National Park
2013-03-14 The Road Home

Warren writes: The problem with every great trip is that it eventually comes to an end. I woke early…

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Travel

Park House Cafe, just outside Zion National Park
2013-03-14 The Road Home

Warren writes: The problem with every great trip is that it eventually comes to an end. I woke early…

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Locations

12/24/2012 Christmas Eve in Chicago, on the Magnificent Mile
FTA: Chicago, Christmas Eve 2012

From the archives: I took a much-needed vacation to visit family over the holidays, and it also was …

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Scenery

Warren's mobile editing setup.
2013-03-13 Setting reasonable goals

After the awesome adventure that was our hike into the canyon the previous day, even I was able to s…

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Event photos

Miniature from Hotay Yologast, painted by Howard Tayler
FTA: Hotay Yologast

From the archives: Howard Tayler at Your Local Game Store (Hotay Yologast). Howard Tayler, of Schloc…

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