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RIGS: Erika & Andrews Peugeot J7

RIGS: Erika & Andrews Peugeot J7

Welcome to the next edition of RIGS. This RIGS features Erika and Andrew, who became two of our favorite people in Peru. They are from Switzerland, and have a unique Peugeot J7 campervan. It has a larger interior than most campervans and their layout was truly unique...
Moto & Drone

Moto & Drone

We are often asked how we use the little motorcycles that we carry on the front of MogTug.  They have proven awesome little adventure machines, helping us with everything from getting groceries, to scouting a dirt road before busting through with MogTug. One random...
Introducing “RIGS”

Introducing “RIGS”

We are excited to introduce you guys to a little passion project of ours: RIGS. The idea is to share a short video series that showcases the different overlander rigs and their owners that we meet on the Pan-American Highway. One thing that has struck us, is the sheer...
Top 5 Appliances in a Big Rig

Top 5 Appliances in a Big Rig

Switching from a house to road life can be quite a change.  You will soon realize what you have been taking for granted everyday.  Whether its keeping the house clean, finding a place to sleep, or trying to figure out how to earn a few bucks.  Just...
Camping with Adonis – The Film :)

Camping with Adonis – The Film :)

As promised, we edited together a short piece about our experience with Adonis in Costa Rica, and his friendly crocs, caymans, and iguanas. If you haven’t read the blog post, check it out here. Hope you enjoy....
Our weekend with Adonis (Costa Rica)

Our weekend with Adonis (Costa Rica)

Costa Rica Some people seem to love it and others tend to bull run through it.  It’s expensive, over toured, and in my mind, overrated.   For us, bull running was our only thought as we had other places we were more interested in.  We both had spent time in Costa Rica...
Happy National Dog Day!

Happy National Dog Day!

When we aren’t filming for Filmmaker For A Cause on our journey south, you might find us exploring a national park or enjoying the breeze at the ocean.  Typically these down-times from filming come with days upon days of editing our FMFAC projects or working on other...
SyncroBo: Learnings & Reflections

SyncroBo: Learnings & Reflections

While in the U.S. I had a chance to spend some quality time with SyncroBo again. I took him out for a nice trip in the U.S. and I fell back in love with that van. The compact size, the great ergonomics, and the efficiency of it all. So I wanted to take some time to...
Tug’s Film Debut!

Tug’s Film Debut!

So in our last post introducing Tug, we got a lot of emails and comments that we didn’t include enough pictures of Tug. So we went back and asked Tug if he would like to share some words with everyone....
Juayua Food Festival

Juayua Food Festival

There is something special about small mountain towns.  They feel so secluded from everything else and typically are rich in culture when compared to the major cities.  Each one seems to have its own unique thing and rarely is it obvious.  Maybe it’s a certain...
Meet Tug!

Meet Tug!

Well we have done it again. We have let a cute face and a sob story win us over. About 4 weeks ago we welcomed a new member to the team, henceforth named TUG. While staying in Antigua, Guatemala we met a passionate woman, Michelle, who dedicates a significant portion...
Guatemalan Beauty

Guatemalan Beauty

Like Mexico, we ended up staying a lot longer in Guatemala than we expected. We shot a great project with an awesome non-profit for FMFAC (www.fmfac.org), met a family that has become part of ours, and saw amazing sights. We put together a short visual journey into...
Belize: Are we ruining it?

Belize: Are we ruining it?

Belize has been our briefest journey yet of all of our stops. We were in country for just a few weeks, but our experience there has left a lasting impact. I have been thinking about this for weeks, and finally decided to put thoughts to “paper”.  This is...
The Passion of Flight: Sidd (Mexico)

The Passion of Flight: Sidd (Mexico)

As a passion project we have been producing mini-docs on pilots and their passion for flight. While camped and living in La Paz, México we met Sidd. We were making breakfast outside when we saw a guy pull onto the beach towing an airplane! He calmly proceeded to slide...
60 miles off-road on the Madass

60 miles off-road on the Madass

So its been a while since we have shared a motorcycle story, so here goes one from Belize. We are a little behind on the blog, so bare with us We were camped for a few days in the very fun San Ignacio, Belize. It’s the jumping off point for a ton of touristy...
60 miles off-road on the Madass

60 miles off-road on the Madass

So its been a while since we have shared a motorcycle story, so here goes one from Belize. We are a little behind on the blog, so bare with us :) We were camped for a few days in the very fun San Ignacio, Belize. It’s the jumping off point for a ton of touristy...
FMFAC Behind the Scenes: Guatemala

FMFAC Behind the Scenes: Guatemala

After a nice little “winter” break (we find filming during the holidays are almost impossible in most countries) , we are back on set in Guatemala shooting for Filmmaker For A Cause. We decided to work with one of our previous partners, Women’s...