156 jeeps arrived in Killington, Vermont with more than 350 drivers and riders ready to hit the trails.
As with every Jamboree, it’s the PEOPLE that make it AMAZING!
Driving around Washington D.C. will present an endless parade of nondescript office park buildings — like the one pictured above. Imagine our surprise when Google navigated us to a popular breakfast location in the parking lot of one of these buildings.
“Google knows best,” we thought, and entered using the only door we could find.
Have you ever wondered what the perfect campground is like?
And there are even opportunities for Jeeping nearby! Can you believe it?!?
Perfect. (Except that you generally need reservations a year in advance…)
It’s official. St. Louis is a must-stop destination anytime we’re headed out across the mighty Mississippi. During our short two week stay, we met dozens of interesting people and even managed to spark a few new friendships.
St. Louis is filled with wonderful museums and parks — all free! So we unloaded our bikes and pedaled our way across the city in search of treasures…
Overall, we found Louisville to be a hip and stylish city — full of surprises. The people were especially friendly and the food (and craft beer!) was absolutely fabulous.
On our first morning in Louisville, we enjoyed a fantastic brunch at 21c. It’s a restaurant, hotel, and art gallery all rolled into one and we were thrilled at the amount of diverse, high-quality work we found.
Later we hit the “Buy Local” fair. It was unusually hot, but there was cold beer, plenty of shade, and … LIVE BLUEGRASS!