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Beginning to roll, again.

Beginning to roll, again.

With my mothers house sold and all our belongings distributed again, we were ready to roll.  It seems that it was harder to get rid of it all the second time around.  But it’s gone and we are ready to go.   We began with stops to see the kids.  And we spent some...
Back to Ecuador

Back to Ecuador

After using up our visa and an extension in Colombia, we crossed back to Ecuador just one day before our visa extension expired. That means we spent a total of six months in Colombia. Some people drive from Alaska to Patagonia in this timeframe. But everybody with...

Hasta Alaska – The Baja Diaries (1) – S04E07

Subscribe to our Free YouTUBE channel and never miss an episode! Ever wondered what a Baja California Adventure would be like? We spent 4 months on an overland expedition to explore as much of the Baja California coast as possible and documented the adventure to share...

Hasta Alaska – Family Van Life – S04E06

– Subscribe to our Free YouTUBE channel and never miss an episode! The Family Van Life experience is a challenge on a whole different level. After 6 long years being apart, my family flew across the world to come and join the Kombi crew for two jam packed week....
Hatcher Pass und Kenai Peninsula

Hatcher Pass und Kenai Peninsula

Nach einer Nacht am Denali Highway drehen wir wieder um Richtung Westen und wollen über den Hatcher Pass in den Süden Alaskas. Der Denali Highway steht zwar eigentlich weit oben auf unserer Liste, aufgrund der aktuellen guten Wettervorhersage im Süden, und einer...
Grizzlies, Glaciers and Gold!

Grizzlies, Glaciers and Gold!

Travelling a little later in the tourist season and post what most would consider to be the opportune weather window was a deliberate choice for us. We had wanted to enjoy the amazing palate of autumn colour generated by the foliage as Mother Nature’s clock recognises...
Bikepacking Trails of the Kenai Peninsula

Bikepacking Trails of the Kenai Peninsula

   When Lisa and I were planning our Alaska trip, one of the must do’s on our list was to check out the bikepacking routes on the Kenai Peninsula, specifically Resurrection Pass, Russian Lakes Trail, and Johnson Pass. While the trailheads for these routes are easily...
Endlich in Alaska

Endlich in Alaska

Der Top of the World Highway Von Dawson City nehmen wir die kostenlose Fähre auf die andere Seite des Yukon River. Dort startet der überall hoch gelobte Top of the World Highway. Über einen Bergkamm, mit atemberaubender Aussicht, führt die 127 Kilometer Straße...
Lo que nos dejó Canadá

Lo que nos dejó Canadá

((The English version will be available in a couple of days)) Aunque no estaba en nuestros planes, aunque la idea original no era atravesar Canadá, sabemos que las cosas pasan por algo y estamos felices por lo que el destino tenía preparados para nosotros porque...
The Last Frontier

The Last Frontier

Cottesloe Beach – a Perth institution that attracts bathers by the thousands on a lovely sunny day. So many in fact that you will struggle to wander the sands without falling on someone! Well, if you are a moose and find yourself just across the border into...
Beachpacking Nikiski to Homer

Beachpacking Nikiski to Homer

   When Lisa and I were planning our Alaska bikepacking trip, we knew beach riding had to be included. That was one of the main reasons we chose fatbikes. Unfortunately, after some research we realized long stretches of easily accessible and rideable coastline are...
The Magnetic North

The Magnetic North

The Alaska Hwy was constructed in 1942 whilst WW2 was raging in order to create a transport corridor for the movement of troops and equipment should nearby Russia or Japan decide to make any surprise moves on Alaska during the war. It connected the contiguous US to...