We're No Stinkin' Outlaws — road trip

| Danielle Vincent

What we did on our Summer "vacation": Visited Rye Patch and Elko, Nevada

One of the highlights of this Summer has been our travel adventures. When the Western Folklife Center in Elko, Nevada (home of the world famous Cowboy Poetry Gathering) wrote us about carrying our soaps, I was beside myself with excitement. Here was this place that I had been fantasizing about going to... and they wanted our products!! It was one of those celebrity moments. It also happened to be around the Perseid Meteor Shower, so, with multiple kinds of stars in our eyes, we decided to set out across the fair state of Nevada and make our way to Elko.

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| Danielle Vincent

Moving mountains with a teaspoon

It has been forever since I wrote in the blog, and for that I am truly sorry. Not for you, but for me. Recording the epic journey of this business is one of my great therapeutic joys, and I have missed it. There's no way I can update you on everything, so I will give you the highlight reel (shared with my Kiva Loan Funders and shared with you here): It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... to us, at least. This is a big update, so buckle in.

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| Danielle Vincent

The Connor Hotel: Jerome, AZ

We are delighted to announce that The Connor Hotel in Jerome, Arizona, now carries Outlaw Soaps! On my long and mostly (unfortunately) undocumented trip through the Southwest, I stopped in Jerome, Arizona. Jerome is famous because...

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| Danielle Vincent

National Park Centennial Celebration Soap Subscription: Crater Lake, Oregon

Russ and I are really excited for May's National Parks Soap Subscription, which will feature Crater Lake! We visited there last fall (see photo, above) and had a great time. There's really no way to describe how beautiful Crater Lake is. You have to see it in person.

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| Danielle Vincent

Bravo Farms - a little roadside attraction x 2, for big fun!

It's no secret that we're HUGE fans of Bravo Farms, a roadside attraction both off the 99 in Traver, and off the I-5 in Kettleman City. Not only are they delightfully rustic, with a mix of new stuff and very cool antiques, but they also have a shooting gallery (bonus), goats (EXTRA bonus), chickens (HOLY SHITBONUS), and ridiculously good Bar-b-que. Yeah, it's pretty much the best place ever.

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