Make the West Wild Again on Mancation in Ogden Utah

Despite the banter on Facebook right now, we've generally become a more civilized society but there's a reason why people still look back at the "Wild West" in a romantic sort of way. Luckily for us, the Wild West isn't completely dead ... it still exists in pockets around the country like Ogden Utah.

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Soak Up the Mountain Life in Idaho's Burgdorf Hot Springs

Southwest Idaho has several hot springs that range from fully modern facilities resembling a suburban swim club ... and then there's the more rustic variety. Burgdorf Hot Springs certainly falls into the later but it is one of the coolest hot springs experiences that I've seen in my travels!

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11 Places In the United States Where You Can Ride a Steam Train

Steam trains have a special place in my heart - as they do with millions of other guys and even some women too! These are giant hulking marvels of engineering represented the pinnacle of technology in their day but are still amazing to experience. In the age we live in where we covet silent, clean, smooth, and safe modes of transportation these great locomotives bring us back to a day when none of that was required - just getting the job done and opening up new opportunities to expand and profit.

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Awesome RV Mancation Trip Ideas

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When vacationing in an RV, you don't have to worry about where you're going to stay and adding those costs into your trip. In many cases, if you plan on a mancation involving the great outdoors, you'll be able to stay closer to nature when you bring along an RV.

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Fall Guys Weekend Ideas In Southwestern Idaho

Idaho was the last of the lower 48 states for me to visit and I'm not really sure why I waited this long. I think it's mostly because unlike some states there isn't that "one big thing" that draws you away from your normal travel patterns and compels you to explore. That's one of the great things about being a blogger though since you get invited to visit places that you might otherwise never go. Now that I've been to Idaho I can't wait to go back!

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