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Travelogue Iceland: Part 2

From the world of “The Travelogue,” I graciously present to you another offering apart from my own travels. This time around, some wild American adventurers named John and Laura Frazier take us on their journey through Iceland in this THREE PART mini-series… Here’s Part TWO! Check out that Hot Springs!

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Travelogue Iceland: Part 1


From the world of “The Travelogue,” I graciously present to you another offering apart from my own travels. This time around, some wild American adventurers named John and Laura Frazier take us on their journey through Iceland in this THREE PART mini-series…
It was put together in a very familiar style to my other Travelogue episodes… I wonder why?!

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Travelogue: Japan

In the True Spirit of making #thetravelogue ‘s concept a reality, my boy Chris Brosz (a guest Star on “Episode 003: San Francisco”) contributes this week’s episode, all the way from Japan.
I love that Chris’ editing style excels in areas which I do not: Fast paced, fun, and romantic, this Travelogue really makes me want to get across the Ocean and see what he sees first hand!

Keep exploring your world, whether it’s 2,500 miles from your home, or 2,500 inches! It’s all fun!

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Travelogue 023: Wyoming

Welcome to Wyoming, whose State Motto, interestingly, is “Equal Rights.” I don’t know why. I didn’t know that when I was there. I just looked it up right now, Seriously… Just now.
This state is quite dynamic, despite its square appearance, and in this crazy episode, I find a rancher who decided it would be a good idea to dig up all of his crops (think “Field of Dreams”) and stick a school bus, a camper, and a plane hull three stories underneath his farm. He named it “Buryville.” If you see one thing in Wyoming, this needs to be it.
Also, we check out an abandoned State Park/Roadside Attraction called “Hell’s Half Acre.” It is breathtaking and also used as the film location for many movies that need something “foreign planet looking.” You’ll see why, when you check it out.
Lastly, Strawberries burn my mouth.. Figure that one out.
Keep exploring, there’s something amazing hidden right under your nose (or in this case, under your sculpture of a spring cowboy riding an oil drum horse)….

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Travelogue 022: The Alaskan Bush

Welcome to SEASON THREE my web-series, “The Travelogue,” which takes you to all of the places in America that you never knew you needed to see!
In this episode, I head to some remote areas of the Great State of Alaska and see some amazing attractions!
– I stop in for a chat with the Mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska, Stubbs. He’s a swell guy who has been holding his position as mayor of the town for over 16 years!
– I visit Santa’s Workshop in the REAL North Pole, Alaska. If you have ever written a letter to Santa C/O the North Pole, this is the very place that your letters would be delivered AND responded to!
– Ever wondered what one of those exotic “Ice Hotels” in Norway would be like on the inside? Well, you don’t have to travel all the way to Europe to find out, as I visit Chena Hot Springs’ Ice Museum / Hotel just one hour Northeast of Fairbanks.
– My boys Shawn Pomrenke and Cody Moen from Discovery TV’s “Bering Sea Gold” take me four-wheeling on the frozen Pacific Ocean in Nome, Alaska… Watch out though, things don’t quite go as planned!
Now just because I went to Alaska this episode, you shouldn’t be saying to yourself, “Oh I’ll never be able to do that.”
Adventures are around every corner… especially in your own backyard. You can explore your community and the oddities within the United States no matter what age you are, how much money you have, or how extroverted you are. Now get out of your chair and make one of these for yourself!

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Travelogue 021: Bremerton, Washington

In this episode, I travel to Bremerton, Washington… Home of the band MxPx. They have been a band for over 20 years! They are incredibly cool guys.
Lead singer Mike Herrera takes us on a tour of his “Monkey Trench Studios”, then I get some interesting historical tidbits about the band’s first release from some cool people. Finally, I fulfill a lifelong dream, and get to rehearse with the band as they prepare for tour.

Life’s a great ride, so enjoy it. While your at it, check out some of my other adventures… or better yet, go live some of your own!

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Travelogue 020: Virginia

In honor of the greatest Country in America, I thought I’d take you on a tour of the spooky, abandoned “President’s Park” near Williamsburg, Virginia. It is one of the few places we’ve found where you’ll be able to check out 43 rotting, 16 foot tall US President’s heads. It is Amazing.
Also, check out the Rock and Roll Half Marathon in Virginia Beach… It was BRUTAL. Also, I debunk some rumors that the good ol’ Disney Company started a few years ago regarding our dear friends, the Colonial English Settlers and the story of Pocahontas.

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Travelogue 019: North Western Washington

One thing about the State of Washington that I’ve gotta give it.. It has a LOT of diversity. That’s why there will have to be more than one episode dedicated to the Evergreen State.
In this episode, we take you to the world-renowned “Skagit Valley Tulip Festival” near Mount Vernon, WA. It is a breathtaking spectacle that I recommend everyone see at least once in their lifetime.
After the pretty things are over, we get a brief education on “Exclaves” from a random Canadian hitchhiker that we picked up near a golf course. Then we visit a pleasant little boutique wine emporium called “The Liberty” located in Washington’s very-own exclave, Point Roberts, WA.
We wrap up this tidy little episode with a trip to the “Outback Kangaroo Farm” somewhere outside of Arlington, WA.
Enjoy your life, and keep exploring!

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Travelogue 018: Austin

The city that has music… at all hours, also happens to claim residence to some pretty weird people and places… Including the “The Museum of the Weird” and Marti Motormouth’s painful sideshow act.
Steve Busti, owner and founder of the Museum of the Weird was like the most long-form storyteller I had ever met, so I had to be selective. Go and meet him yourself and ask him about his “Haunted” Oddfellow Skeleton…
Trust me there is something odd like this in every town in America, you just have to find it.
Oh, did I mention all the Bar B Que joints? Iron Works BBQ is the jam.

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Travelogue 017c: Bay Area Punk

This is the story of going to the famous Santa Cruz Mystery Spot, which in all reality, is nowhere near as fun as the “Montana Vortex/House of Mystery” as you may have seen in the “Montana” episode.
But hey, you can watch this, and see everything that you’d ever need to see… all without the pain of having to leave your chair!

Cool bumper stickers though?!

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