We are proud to announce we were chosen among 85 other individuals and groups from around the world as part of MightyGoods ” 85 INSPIRING VANLIFE NOMADS AND ALL THE COOL VANS THEY LIVE IN”. After over two and a half years of living to the beat of our own drum it feels great to be […]Read more "85 Inspiring Vanlife Nomads"
How do you afford this lifestyle? Are you trust fund babies? These are the two most common and sometimes first questions we get on the road. The truth of the matter is, we worked hard and continue to work hard in order to live this lifestyle. Prior to leaving for this adventure of a lifetime […]Read more "How We Live a Vandwelling Lifestyle"
Just outside of Sundance, Wyoming is massive geologic wonder called Devils Tower. Teddy Roosevelt declared it the first national monument. It is a tall, mind-blowing structure that is sacred to tribes of the area. Every June they close the monument to visitors so they can practice their religious rituals. People from all over the world […]Read more "Sundance, Wyoming"
When traveling in Mendocino and Humboldt Counties of California, there is only one radio station that comes in, KMUD Community Radio. What a great radio station it is! They play such a variety of music, from Hawaiian to Honky Tonk. We have had the pleasure of listening to the show, “Thank Ja it’s Friday” and our […]Read more "Northern California Love and Gratitude"
We decided to start the morning with a bike ride around Clear Lake State Park to get our heads ready for whatever the day may bring. Yesterday was an emotional day and we needed to be strong. Unfortunately, we found out that they had just stopped hosting displaced families and volunteers this week. Clear Lake […]Read more "Wildfires Part II"
One of our favorite parts of the Pacific Northwest is the lush, green landscape with its outdoorsy vibe. Seemingly fit, we decided to take part in The Green Seattle Partnership to help improve Seattle Parks. They have created a 20 year plan to combat invasive plants and restore forested areas to health. The Green Seattle […]Read more "Not Your Ordinary Day in a Park"
Big Sur was one of our most anticipated destinations on our list. “The Greatest Meeting of Land and Sea” seemed like it would be a perfect place for us. It did not disappoint. Big Sur is located on Scenic Highway One and every turn around a bend was a treat for our eyes. Whether it was the Santa […]Read more "“The Greatest Meeting of Land and Sea”"
Big Bend National Park is located on the border of Mexico and Texas, which is divided by the Rio Grande River. The park is unique because of its vast desert expanses on one side, as well as forested mountains on the other side. We were recommended to go visit the park by several locals throughout […]Read more "On the border…"