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We stumbled upon a music festival!

We stumbled upon a music festival!

Somewhere outside of Durango, Mexico we crossed another geographic milestone.  This is a first for the new camper rig.   Driving into Zacatecas we knew that we were in for a treat.  Narrow streets, tight curves and low hanging tree branches set the tone for a colonial...
Puerto San Carlos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Puerto San Carlos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.

(No, you are NOT seeing things. The blog is back baby! We are over a year behind but that doesn’t matter. Memories are memories. We are catching up on the blog and the YouTube vlog and everything else too. Thanks for still following along!) After the craaaazy...
Food prices, Ecuador

Food prices, Ecuador

Food is one of those things what we all need few times a day. We found that Ecuadorian food is pretty good quality, decent prices and lots of natural products, no sugar added. Finally high quality all natural yogourt, which was sorely missed for a log time. Supermaxi,...
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...
Welcome to Canada!  The Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick

Welcome to Canada! The Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick

As we rolled up to the customs window at the Canadian border between Maine and New Brunswick, we tried to figure out how to explain the fact that our truck had exited the country around three years ago and hadn’t returned until now.  The border guard listened to...
The journey begins, again.

The journey begins, again.

The journey has begun with a stop at a familiar location.  We lived in Bahia de Kino (Kino Bay) Mexico for a few years, so we love returning to say hello to old friends and scenery.   We parked at Islandia RV Park in “Old Kino” and enjoyed a few nights of...
OMG I flushed the toilet paper!

OMG I flushed the toilet paper!

Enter reverse-culture shock, as alive and well as ever. We are familiar, of course, having previously endured it. But it prevails. Even knowing what it will be like. Even having previous experience with this strange idea. Even feeling prepared. It’s here. The...