Nik & Dusty’s Blog

  • Puerto Rico: Living It Up in Crazy Cool Condado

    Puerto Rico: Living It Up in Crazy Cool Condado

    When we realized we’d be visiting Puerto Rico for the first time (really visiting, not just dropping by on a cruise ship) we immediately started making a list of things we wanted to do and see, obviously. And to be perfectly honest, exploring the Condado neighborhood of San Juan wasn’t on the list.

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  • Puerto Rico: Exploring Beautiful Old San Juan

    Puerto Rico: Exploring Beautiful Old San Juan

    Okay. So. Puerto Rico. If you’ve never been, we recommend getting there ASAP! For reals. Aside from all there is to do and see, the really cool part about visiting Puerto Rico is how easy it is to get to and enjoy. Puerto Rico is after all an unincorporated territory of the United States – which means…

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  • Bardstown: Back to America’s Most Beautiful Small Town

    Bardstown: Back to America’s Most Beautiful Small Town

    So we’re just about fully rested and recovered from our crazy fun week at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival a couple of weeks ago, and we’re working on a couple of blogs and a full bourbon fest video which we hope to have ready to share next week (knock on wood). Meantime, we also wanted to….

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  • We Love Belfast: Maine’s Up-and-Coming Secret Little Spot

    We Love Belfast: Maine’s Up-and-Coming Secret Little Spot

    Every now and then things just work out, don’t they? Belfast, MaineCase in point: when we began looking into a trip to the mid-coast of Maine last winter, we immediately gravitated toward those places that everyone talks about: Rockland, Camden, Bar Harbor, Acadia. And once you get to looking around…

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  • Exploring Beautiful Boston: Wicked Fun at Fenway Park

    Exploring Beautiful Boston: Wicked Fun at Fenway Park

    Getting to Boston was just an awful experience. You might have heard. If you didn’t, check it out here. Otherwise, let’s put the negativity behind us and focus on what happened once we got to Boston. Because everything starting going better right away. Whew. As part of our week-long adventure…

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  • Photo Friday: Some Love for Texas’s Oldest Dance Hall

    Photo Friday: Some Love for Texas’s Oldest Dance Hall

    We’ve talked quite a bit about Gruene Hall and its iconic status in the state of Texas, and all it takes is one visit to the old dance hall and you’ll understand why. Sure, it’s got a storied history and is the site where many of country’s biggest stars (namely George Strait) got their start…

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  • TFTR Top 10: What to Do and See in Gruene, Texas

    TFTR Top 10: What to Do and See in Gruene, Texas

    Get to Know Gruene! One of the many great things about living in Central Texas is the fact that within two hours’ drive there are literally hundreds of great places to explore and enjoy. And the little town of Gruene is one of the best on the list. Before we moved to the Austin area we’d always heard of Gruene…

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  • Boot Scootin’ at the Oldest Dance Hall in Texas

    Boot Scootin’ at the Oldest Dance Hall in Texas

    Howdy y’all! Hope you and yours are having a fantastic summer. Welcome to our first official road-trip post following the 2012 Best of the Road rally! We’ve been admittedly slow to post and slow to update the website these last couple of weeks – but to be perfectly honest with y’all…

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  • BOTR 2012: A Note About Our Upcoming Blogs

    Hey gang! We’re here in Washington, DC and having a blast getting ready to kick off the Best of the Road rally 2012! Everything kicks off tomorrow with an opening ceremony at the Air Force […]

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  • TFTR Trip Tips: Secrets to Flying (and Enjoying!) Southwest

    TFTR Trip Tips: Secrets to Flying (and Enjoying!) Southwest

    Suffice it to say we’re experienced air travelers. The job we have shooting videos for dentists and orthodontists around the country (our real jobs) keeps us hopping around the country pretty regularly. Just about every other […]

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