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México es muy differente

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Mexico Everything’s different in Mexico. Everything. Although some things may look similar, they are not quite the same. It’s almost like all of your standards, all that you think is normal, all that you know and are accustomed to, all…

All I Need

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The rain pounded on the roof, wind gusts of over 60mph causing the camper to sway. A slight whistle sounded through the vent, even as our collective breathing fogged the windows. Pacific NW camping during a storm. An excellent idea!…

RESPECT IS A BEAUTIFULLY FITTED TYRE

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 The road sweeps left beneath the intersection for Veracruz. At the apex of the bend we flash past a motorcyclist hunched over his machine. His luggage and various paraphernalia stand abandoned in the grass verge. ‘Maybe he needs help’,…

Back in Alaska

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Let’s face it. Alaska is pretty darn amazing. We couldn’t resist returning. Our budget didn’t quite stretch to a long ferry journey, so on some local advice we opted to check out Haines and then take the short ferry trip…

2 Arizona weeks = 28 days

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On the road again (or soon to be…). I’ll betcha you thought we’d never get going again! After all, it’s been just about a full month since we dropped anchor here in Arizona. Perfectly in line with our scheduled 2…

No, Emma, you can’t have a puppy

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Our time in Whitehorse proved to be quite busy, catching up on odds and ends, making good use of the wi-fi, doing oil changes, buying the ingredients for Ben’s shower project, that sort of thing. But we also found time…

Fresh Fruit; Fresh Tequila

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Even though our border crossing experience was very easy, we were both a little nervous about driving in Mexico. After all, we had spent the past 2 weeks spending time with our very concerned families, and getting looks from people…

THE CRY OF DOLORES

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THE MEXICANS LOVE NOTHING BETTER THAN CROWNING THEIR HEADS WITH A ‘TORITO‘ WRAPPED IN A KILO OR TWO OF EXPLOSIVES…..AND THEN STRIKING A MATCH! (PHOTO BY CALVIN, WWW.OVERLANDEROASIS.COM)Father Hidalgo was never going to be your run-of-the-mill Mexican priest. As…

The journey North (again)

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Not satisfied with one trip above the Arctic Circle. Who would be? We decided it was time to investigate the Canadian Arctic and find out the Northwest Territories had to offer (or at least the small part of it that…

San Juan Islands – Girls Weekend 1.0

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The name San Juan rings tropical bells. It drips with the allure of palm beaches and crystalline Caribbean water… But those who make it to these isles of Washington’s Pacific coast will find something opposite, and quintessentially northwest: Forested islands…

A Getaway with the Parents

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What do you get your parents for Christmas? That baffling question that rolls around once a year, just about this season. By the age of 77 and 80, Jim’s parents have acquired everything they really want or need. In an…

Crossing into Mexico

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We decided to cross the border at Laredo, TX based on some recommendations we found online. We arrived in mid-afternoon, got our oil changed, did some errands, and planned to spend that night sleeping in a Walmart parking lot. That…

Summer in Vancouver part 2

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We also had a visit from our Malaysian friend Faizal who we met in Ushuaia.One of our favourite hang outs this summer.It was fun playing tourist in Vancouver when our friends from PEI were visiting. This included tea…

Mexico 3 – One of Oaxaca’s best kept secrets…….Hierve El Agua in the Central Valleys.

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17th March – If it hadn’t been for another fellow traveller telling us about Hierve El Agua, we may not have discovered this unique and amazing place hidden in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca. Our journey there takes us through…

Drama on the Deschutes

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Darkness had fallen by the time we pulled into camp. Immediately greeted by Ron and Dario, talking over eachother, regarding the “situation”. While still at the office I had received the text from Dario advising us that they had taken…

My Nomadic Life

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I’ve been on hiatus. This last month has brought thousands of miles traveled, hundreds of photographs, four American states and one Canadian province, three national parks, and a lot of neglecting the blog! Jesse and I just finished our West…

Serving up Style

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What a whirlwind.  We have been exceptionally busy.  All for good, but busy nonetheless.  The stress has remained in check and while im working hard im enjoying it again.  We’ve been moving in and out of our place as AirBnB…