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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…

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…

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…

Clear Lake

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The silence was deafening. And exactly what we were looking for. Day to day life had, in recent weeks, become exhausting. Yes, a certain amount of angst is simply due to restlessness in our quest to return to the road.…

Heading south, part III

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From Haines, Ak to … Leaving Haines, we take the ferry to Skagway, Ak. At $111, it’s not terribly expensive (about the same as it would cost driving there) and it saves us two days of driving. Please God, don’t…

Kustībā | On the move

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[Please scroll down for the English version][LV] Jā, tas ir noticis! Esam uzsākuši ilgi plānoto un gaidīto piedzīvojumu uz dienvidiem. Tiem, kas seko līdzi mums Facebook vai Instagram tas varbūt nav pats svaigākais jaunums, tomēr mūsu blogu tas sasniedz…

This road of life

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A few days after we got the van back from Buenos Aires, our family was hit with some very bad news. A cancer that my mother fought ten years ago had metastasized, and she would have to undergo intensive treatment…

A Weekend Away

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“We’re sorry, but we’re not going to make it this weekend”. The words rang hollow as we prepared to head to the beach for a weekend of camping with friends. Barview Jetty was the destination to join our dear friends…

RED ROCK BURNOUT!

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It can happen at anytime to anyone. Long term travelers succumb most easily because of the sheer intensity they experience regularly, but anyone can experience burnout. Whether it be cathedral/museum burnout on a two-week marathon through Europe, or, in my…

Lauvas | The Lions

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[Please scroll down for the English version][LV] Ir lietas, kuras nedrīkst atstāt nenokārtotas. Mums “noteikti jāizdara pirms izbraukšanas” sarakstā bija pārgājiens uz Lauvām. Tiesa mērķi izdevās sasniegt ne ar pirmo piegājienu. Tomēr ar otro iecerētais izdevās! Baumo, ka šogad…

A quick jaunt to the US

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We’ve been quiet on the blog front for the last couple of weeks due to a jaunt to the US to spend time with family. Ike’s grandmother Peggy passed away when we were in St. Johns, Newfoundland, and her memorial…

Hiking Moab

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Ahhh, Moab. That fabled adventure town in Utah. Traveling in the heat in late May with two black dogs, we longed to hike the famous red rock canyons, but knew we needed to find something that allowed for shade and…

Believing in More

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Certain places possess a vibe that can be unexplainable. A power to draw you in so that you only sit in wonder. Such places transcend the modern and cause you to wholeheartedly embrace a higher being, whether you call it…

The Journey North

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The time had finally come to drive the Dalton Highway up to Deadhorse to officially ‘start’ our journey. While we had been camping in Fairbanks, we had met a couple from Texas who had just completed the drive themselves. They…

It’s in the pipeline

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Since we were taking so long to get to the official ‘start’ of our journey in Deadhorse, Alaska, it made sense to delay a bit longer. The starting point of our trip South is also the starting point for the…