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#EndlessCaravan: Pilgrim Gets Back to Their Roots

We’re following Pilgrim – an Americana/Pop duo made up of Aaron and Katie Thomas – on The Endless Caravan. For their next leg of the tour, Pilgrim got back to their home state of Texas for some much-missed Texan food, footwear, hats, and family. And of course, they squeezed in some concerts along the way. Watch Pilgrim kick up the Texas dirt (and wash it right off) in Episode 2: “Back To Our Roots” below, and catch up on Episode 1: “Little House on the Highway” here. Want to be a part of Pilgrim’s Endless Caravan? They want to share

#EndlessCaravan: Pilgrim’s Little House on the Highway

The Endless Caravan continues with Pilgrim – an Americana/Pop duo comprised of Aaron and Katie Thomas. Pilgrim’s mission is simple: a journey through life, love, and the pursuit of adventure. Their adventure kicked off in early October when they hit the road, visiting Hot Springs, Arkansas on their way to Bartlesville, Oklahoma for their first house concert of the tour. A road trip through Oklahoma wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Laura Ingalls Wilder “Little House On The Prairie.” See more about their visit and the rest of their trip so far in Episode 1 of their Endless Caravan series,

"Strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you…."

The Road to Outessa

This journey began in Evergreen, Colorado—the town in which I live.  The mission of the journey was to attend the Outessa Summit at Powder Mountain in Utah. Outessa is an amazing event that is focused around outdoor activities. It is a weekend retreat, filled with adventure and inspiration, and it is only for women. A few weeks before, Outessa had held their first event at Kirkwood in California, and all of the chatter coming from there was super-enthusiastic and positive. I was excited. I woke up in the dark with a plan to leave early and hopefully arrive at Powder

Bikethe14ers goes further with Basecamp

Bikethe14ers was born out of a desire to explore the world further on our mountain bikes; to get into wild places that might have never seen a bike. As ski mountaineers, our winter adventures usually start with studying a map, dreaming up potential routes, imagining and preparing. That sense of imagining an adventure with an uncertain outcome, forming a plan to increase the odds of achieving it, and then stepping out the door unsure if we’ll attain the goal but positive that we will find a new experience, is what makes us feel most alive. So we decided to try

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