The Joy of a Surprise Vacation

Hi everyone! I’m Jenna, one of Casie’s friends from college (and avid reader of this blog). I’m in a constant state of wanderlust, and this spring, my husband and I did some unconventional travelling. I told Casie about it and asked if she’d be interested in me writing a guest spot for her blog and, […]

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My favorite travel spots so far

I like to pick favorites. Favorite food, favorite movie, favorite song, favorite person – if there could be a favorite, I will have one. This is why I should probably never have more than one dog or child…because I will pick my favorite and feelings will get hurt. And I could never do that to […]

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New Mexico: the can’t misses & skip it’s!

The land of enchantment, filled with Pueblo culture, beautiful mountain views, and miles of desert, better known as New Mexico was my most recent adventure. My sister was presenting at a conference for work and thought it would be fun if I met her out in New Mexico and we made a little sister trip […]

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Ways to cure the travel bug without traveling

I feel like I haven’t been on an adventure in so long. I miss jumping on a plane in my home state of Minnesota and landing somewhere new and exciting. My most recent trip out of the state was to Texas, which was so incredible, but it wasn’t new to me. and the closest trip […]

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The Truth About Living Across the Country From Everyone You Know

Hello stranger friends, We haven’t met but since you all follow my friend Casie I think we will get along just fine. I’ll give you a little intro before I jump into such an important aspect of my life. My name is Ellie, I’m 25 years old, and have been living in Utah for almost […]

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I think my friends are human?

I spent ten days with my friends in a different country and I saw them for more than I ever have. First off, I would like to note that the owner of this blog, Casie Kamph, could not make it on this particular group trip. Although I am deeply disappointed she couldn’t join in our […]

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From Venice to Houston

One year ago I was standing alone in the Venice, Italy airport on the verge of a panic attack because I couldn’t find my group and the people I’d be spending the next two weeks with. I was desperately trying to connect to WiFi or get some type of service to get in touch with […]

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