17 Unforgettable Moments from 4,000 Days on the Road
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17 Unforgettable Moments from 4,000 Days on the Road

Traveling every day since January 2102, we’ve gained a treasure trove of memories. We’ve seen the sunrise over 20,000-foot peaks, walked the streets of ancient civilizations, and met hundreds of people we now call friends. Countless moments brought a smile to our faces, though there are a few that have left a deep imprint on…

Six Years in a Camper: The Good, The Bad, The Awesome
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Six Years in a Camper: The Good, The Bad, The Awesome

On April 13th 2017, we took the big leap to buy an RV and start a cross-continent road trip. 102,368 miles through all 50 states, 6 Canadian provinces and 2 Mexican states later, we can say it’s been an absolutely life-changing experience. We’ve hiked glaciers, scuba dived a barrier reef, roamed with buffalo, climbed in…

Colorado Road Trip: Best of The Rockies
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Colorado Road Trip: Best of The Rockies

Who’s got a friend who moved to Colorado recently? Just about everyone…because it’s awesome. It’s a state where mountains erupt from the earth with red cliffs, snowy peaks, and sand dunes. Cities are as cosmopolitan as they are granola, with bankers leaving work early to hit the mountain bike trails and farm-to-table waiters serving to…

VIDEO: Antarctic Penguin Shenanigans
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VIDEO: Antarctic Penguin Shenanigans

We had amazing penguin encounters throughout our whole Antarctica expedition, but this was by far the most up close and personal. After months of continuous feeding by the mamas, the chubby adolescents are left to fend for themselves. A little hangry about the situation, they go on squawking, chasing each other for scraps, and approaching…

2019 Preview & 2018 Travel Year in Review
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2019 Preview & 2018 Travel Year in Review

When you move almost every day, you cover a lot of ground in a year…like 17,756 miles by car alone. We traveled at a crazy pace in 2018, but the camper inspires us to keep on rolling because there is always another national park, ski village, beach town, monument, honkeytonk, or good friend just around…

Roatán, Honduras: Paradise doesn’t come easy
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Roatán, Honduras: Paradise doesn’t come easy

A listing on TrustedHousesitters advertised: “A 2.5-month housesit on the Caribbean island of Roatán with ocean views, private beach access, a short walk along the sand to the coolest part of town, no bills to pay, and just two cats to care for.” Sounds too good to be true right? “It’s perfect for a younger,…

Burning Man: 2 Virgins on 9 Days in Black Rock City
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Burning Man: 2 Virgins on 9 Days in Black Rock City

After five hours in traffic, creeping through a gritty haze of dust, we got a knock on our car window. “Any virgins in there?” said a lady in steampunk goggles and a magenta wig. We pulled up our dust masks and hopped out, knowing this was the start of our initiation as first-time “Burners.” The…

Behind the Scenes: Our Go Dominican Republic Video Shoot
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Behind the Scenes: Our Go Dominican Republic Video Shoot

Everyone’s heard of Punta Cana…but Barahona and Pedernales? You’d think this area of the Dominican Republic would be famous for having the country’s only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the lowest point in the Caribbean, and the one place in the world to find the precious Larimar stones, but no…the Southwest DR is a hidden gem. And…

Brazilian Carnival…Beyond Rio
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Brazilian Carnival…Beyond Rio

Some people think Brazilian Carnaval is just a debaucherous four-day party in Rio de Janiero but the rest of the country would have to disagree. Months leading up to Fat Tuesday, even the tiny towns are constructing elaborate floats, practicing samba routines, and gearing up for this nationwide party. Beyond the grandstands of Rio, here…