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Five Months at Punta San Carlos

Five Months at Punta San Carlos

Over the past 8 years of living on the road, we have routinely felt a pull towards Baja. We love the isolation and undeveloped land of Baja, combined with the world class waves, kind, helpful people, cheap living, and excellent camping. To cure our home sickness for...
Catsitting

Catsitting

This is for the cat people in our lives. At the end of April, with plans to spend 6 weeks in Baja at our favorite remote kitesurfing/surfing beach, Punta San Carlos (PSC), we headed from Utah to California. On the way, we found a couple in Southern California looking...
Conquering Fears With A New Sport

Conquering Fears With A New Sport

During our recent adventures with Trent and Michelle in Moab, Trent unknowingly convinced us that our longtime dream to outdoor rock climb should/could be realized. Trent is an extremely accomplished, yet humble, climber. He solo aid-climbed a 2000 ft wall...
Slot Canyons in Southern Utah

Slot Canyons in Southern Utah

Utah is one of our favorite states for outdoor recreation and natural beauty. After 10 days of incredible mountain biking in Moab (which deserves all the hype it gets), we headed to the canyons of Utah in and around Capitol Reef National Park and Escalante National...
Moab, Utah

Moab, Utah

After spending the winter in Nelson, we worked our way south to the biking mecca of Moab, Utah. The change in climate and recreational activities was energizing. It was, for the most part, warm, sunny, and dry. We couldn’t wait for the inaugural...
Planny Plan Part IV

Planny Plan Part IV

We think we might have a planny plan! While recently visiting my parents in Michigan, we spent countless hours trying to track down a winter rental, in a mountain town, for a season of backcountry snowboarding. As restless nomads, it’s hard for us to commit to...
Kid Time in Baja

Kid Time in Baja

We reluctantly chose to leave our happy place in Baja, and head north back to the USA. Our happy place wasn’t delivering (waves, that is) so we decided to head north, do some chores, and start the snowboarding season. On our way north, we stopped in the Cataviña...
Make America Mexico Again

Make America Mexico Again

I guess it’s about time we checked in. It’s been almost 5 months since our last update, and people are getting worried. The Pacific coast of Baja has been our home for the past few months. Once we leave, it will sound and feel weird not to smell the salty,...
Heating Up In The California Desert

Heating Up In The California Desert

While slowly driving towards our happy place in Baja, we hit Mojave National Preserve and Joshua Tree National Park in the Mojave desert of California. You would not want to visit these hot, dry places in the summer – we were even pushing it visiting them at the...