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Many of our friends have noticed a slight pause in our posts, and have wondered whats up. While we were down in La Paz preparing to take the ferry to the mainland, we got a phone call with a great opportunity. A good friend in the U.S. had been awarded a film contract, and wanted to see if we were […]<img alt="" border="0" src="http://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=nicknameinternational.com&blog=61314790&post=1192&subd=nicknameinternational&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

A quick trip back to the U.S.

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Many of our friends have noticed a slight pause in our posts, and have wondered whats up. While we were down in La Paz preparing to take the ferry to the mainland, we got a phone call with a great…
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Puffins

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Always eager to see wildlife up close, we visited the Alaska Sealife Center. More a research and rehabilitation center than aquarium, this place was a great spot to watch injured sea lions and sea otters. Bode got to get a…
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Seward Whales

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Seward is another small town on the Kenai Pennisula. It serves the multitudes of cruise ships that come into it’s ports for 4 months a year with great fishing, glacier and wildlife tours. We decided to take a wildlife cruise…
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Hope and Kenai Fjord

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They next stop on Grammy’s visit was the quaint town (pop. 200) of Hope, Alaska. True Alaska! We spent a fun evening at the Sea View Cafe, where the locals and tourist congregate. It was the only place open for…
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Animal Rescue

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We went to this animal rescue place with my Grandma. It was kind of like a zoo. The first thing we saw were 2 moose really close to the fence and I had a really hard time not touching them.…
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Dispatch from Maine

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We’re halfway through our month on the East Coast. Now on our 11th week on the road, we’ve been through 21 states, and yesterday we rolled over the 10,000 mile mark since leaving British Columbia last September. And for the…
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Welcome (Again) to USA

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Depois de um ótimo jantar com nossos amigos Thiago e Lais em Calgary no dia 23/07/15, era hora de mais uma vez dizer tchau para esse país incrível. Na manhã do dia 24/07/15 pegamos a Highway 2 sentido Sul e…

Canadá em Números (Parte 1 – Costa Oeste)

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Resolvemos dividir os números do Canadá entre as Costas Oeste e Leste. Nessa primeira etapa passamos pelos estados da Colúmbia Britânica, Yukon e Alberta e rodamos bastante. Com isso, seguem os números da nossa primeira passagem pelo Canadá: GPS Km…
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Onde Ficamos – Canadá (Parte 1 – Costa Oeste)

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Nessa passagem pela costa oeste do Canadá conseguimos acampar bastante. Só não acampamos mais por conta dos vários dias de chuva que pegamos pelo caminho, mas mesmo assim valeu. Vejam onde ficamos e o que achamos: VANCOUVER (21/06/15) City Center…
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Yellowhead Highway e Icefields Parkway

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Saímos de Smithers no dia 19/07/15 e seguimos até Prince George, que é a maior cidade ao norte da Colúmbia Britânica. A estrada também mudou já que deixamos a Cassiar Highway e seguimos pela Yellowhead Highway; ao contrário da Cassiar,…
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Talkeetna

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We pulled into the quaint (but touristy) town right right after their legendary 4th of July parade. We didn’t get to explore the town right away, because as usual Bode met a great group of local kids as soon as…
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Moose

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After seeing no animals (except the sled dog team) in Denali, we pulled back out to the Parks Highway. Just outside the park, this momma moose and her two babies were just standing by the side of the road posing…
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California: more discoveries …

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After camping and exploring 4 wonderful National Parks (Death Valley, Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon) we headed to the XPCamper factory in Grass Valley, CA. On the way we spent a couple of nights in Sacramento, California’s Capital, to regroup…
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Denali

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Fourth of July week was probably not the best time to visit Denali. To camp inside the park, you need very advanced reservations and a minimum of three days of camping is required. Only those camping in the park can…
After a wonderful several days with Al and Lucie spoiling us rotten, we have to pry ourselves loose from our newfound comfortable oasis and head east.  We have friends in Alberta to see and eventually we should get back to... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/07/19/crossing-british-columbia/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=6019&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Crossing British Columbia

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After a wonderful several days with Al and Lucie spoiling us rotten, we have to pry ourselves loose from our newfound comfortable oasis and head east.  We have friends in Alberta to see and eventually we should get back to…
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Cassiar Highway

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Para retornar do Alasca decidimos seguir pela Cassiar Highway, que liga Watson Lake a Stewart no Sul, já no Estado da Columbia Britânica. Essa rota é uma alternativa para quem quiser fazer um caminho diferente da Alaska Highway e também…
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49th State

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With Fairbanks in our rearview, we headed to Healy. More specifically, 49th State Brewery. 49th State is home of the Into the Wild movie bus. It has photos and journal entries on the walls, and was actually pretty interesting. I’m…
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WYOMING: BRONCOS AND BULLS

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How much would you need to be paid to ride an “X-Treme” bull? Whatever it is would never be enough. I’ve no doubt the dudes riding these wild bulls are some of the toughest sportsmen in the world. I reckon…
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Back to Fairbanks

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After the Arctic Tour, we hopped back into Red Beard and headed south. The 24 hours of daylight meant we could drive until late at night without running into much truck traffic. We made it to just north of Coldfoot…
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To Prudhoe

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Also known as Deadhorse, it’s just an oilfield work camp with only the essentials to qualify as a “town.” No guns or alcohol are sold here, so I’m sure there have been some good stories. Porn and trucker magazines don’t…
Al and Lucie take us on a fun walking tour of their gorgeous city – Victoria, B.C.  Will Ferguson’s book, Beauty Tips from Moosejaw, is a favorite of mine. And actually getting to see some of the landmarks he mentions... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/07/16/6002/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=6002&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Victoria, British Columbia

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Al and Lucie take us on a fun walking tour of their gorgeous city – Victoria, B.C.  Will Ferguson’s book, Beauty Tips from Moosejaw, is a favorite of mine. And actually getting to see some of the landmarks he mentions…
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Wise Man

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We’re falling way behind on the updates. It turns out that Alaska is not conducive to blogging. Where were we? Oh yeah… Coldfoot. The next day, we stopped in Coldfoot (named after the gold miners who left because they got…

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