Vicaribus – Life in the Slow Lane, Just For You 2018-06-18T20:41:48+00:00

About Vicaribus

Vicaribus is on the road in the midst of a 8+ month journey. We spent a year converting this skoolie to be our wonderful home. Our goal is to share as much of our journey with you as we can. You can read our blog for our frequent updates. You can see what we’ve seen on our Photo Gallery and Video Gallery. You can see where we’ve been and where we’re going on Our Maps. And you can see all kinds of live data about our trip on the Live Data page.

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To learn a little more about Vicaribus and the Passengers, scroll down a bit more, and thanks for sharing along in the journey!

Where Are We Now

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Current Location: 40.760779, -111.891047
Next Location: 40.760779, -111.891047
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Salt Lake City, Utah
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Salt Lake City, Utah

Latest Post

June 7, 2018 - Vicaribupdate 10 – In and Around Moab, Utah

If you like amazing national parks, stunning geological wonders, dinosaurs, hiking, mountain biking, rivers, off-road vehicling [sic], heat, Memorial Day shenanigans with friends from Denver and/or tasty foods, ten days in Moab is just about enough time to scratch the surface of this giant adult playground. While we didn’t get to do any off-roading or mountain biking (which is ridiculous since Moab is the birthplace of the mountain bike), we sure got in plenty of the other stuff – and it was glorious. Little known fact: Moab got it’s name either from an area east of the Jordan River in the Bible, ... Read More

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Heather

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Nick

The Boy
The Boy

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