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A couple of 30-somethings embark on the ultimate roadtrip.A couple of 30-somethings embark on the ultimate road trip

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Still Going After Nine Years

Thu, 15 Dec 2016 13:56:11 PST

The beginning of this month marks the day that we first moved out of our old life and into our camper in 2007. I cannot believe it has been over nine years now. We’ve switched homes twice since then. We lost our two kitties and gained two dogs. We made it to Alaska and Baja, […]

Doc Baxter

Tue, 21 Jun 2016 16:49:52 PDT

So there was the time, back in 2013, that we met Doc Baxter. We were camped at Gilchrist Beach, a free spot ¼ of a mile up the beach from Rollover Pass. Well, we thought it was free. The paperwork said it was free. However, on the weekend, a lady rolls up and tells us […]

Trailer for sale or rent…

Fri, 18 Dec 2015 19:18:50 PST


Sat, 01 Aug 2015 22:28:23 PDT

I just realized that I have never introduced ya’ll to Snowden. Here he is!     Ever since Rain was about 6 months old, I knew I was going to get another dog. I wanted to wait until she was about 3 years old. I subscribed to the Save a Heeler page on Facebook and would […]


Fri, 31 Jul 2015 22:22:58 PDT

So the last 48 hours have been pretty interesting. We got to hangout with some great friends whom we haven’t seen since we were in Colorado in 2011. They took time out of their vacation to chill with us in Montrose. Very cool of them. Love you guys, hope to see you in a few weeks/months. […]

Refilling Ink Cartridges

Wed, 29 Jul 2015 15:20:40 PDT

Back in 2009, I got lucky and found a Canon ip90 on Craigslist for $25. If you’re not familiar with the model, it’s a small (12.3 x 2.1 x 6.9 in), portable inkjet printer that’s precise enough to print photos. At the time, they were near $300. The one I got looked brand new and […]

Million Dollar Highway

Tue, 14 Jul 2015 09:18:40 PDT

This is a very scenic drive trough the San Juan Mountains. We drove it on our way north from Durango. It has a lot of tight, hairpin turns and shear drop offs, but that doesn’t keep ginormous RVs from driving it.  

Overland Expo West 2015

Thu, 21 May 2015 21:50:20 PDT

We went to the Overland Expo with our friends from Two Complete Spirits, Kyndal and James.     It wasn’t exactly what I was hoping for, a bunch of overlanders sitting around bonding, telling stories, and planning future endeavors. But, it was exactly what I was expecting, a ton of cool rigs and accessories. I posted a […]

Virtual This and That. This and That!

Mon, 11 May 2015 18:02:27 PDT

I’ve spent the last couple of weeks neck deep in new technology. That’s always awesome. The end result is that a couple of our humble projects are going to be running on a considerably more robust platform than the one we administered professionally for a regional telco a decade ago. Also, I spent about $10 […]

Baja: Crossing the Border

Fri, 07 Nov 2014 23:04:29 PST

This post is part of our trip to baja. If you’ve spent any time researching travelling in Baja, Mexico, you’ve surely run across these “rules”. According to the Internet, if you want to stay alive in Baja, Mexico, this is what you have to do or not do: 1. Don’t drive after dark. 2. Travel […]

Baja: Getting Ready

Thu, 06 Nov 2014 11:21:05 PST

This is part one of our trip to Baja. After three plus years of wanting to sell the camper (it was way too big for our lifestyle), we finally put our backs into it and got it done. Yeehaw!   With that (4 hours) behind us, we were free to move about the country again. […]

Camping at Oak Ridge Equestrian Area SWFWMD

Fri, 09 May 2014 13:08:29 PDT

This is one of many vehicle accessible, free campgrounds that are maintained by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. While there are no fees to camp here, you must obtain a reservation. The camping area is behind a locked gate. When your reservation is confirmed, you will be granted entry. It’s only a minor inconvenience […]

In or Out

Thu, 08 May 2014 18:17:32 PDT

Oh, look! Van pictures. That’s dinner cooking in the outdoor kitchen/shower. To turn it into an indoor kitchen, just close the door. Indoor showers are not suggested. The propane fired stove (Coleman PowerPack 1-Burner Stove) is attached to a board which folds down when not in use. We’d been talking about doing this before we […]

Texas Beach Bumming

Wed, 26 Feb 2014 20:42:04 PST

Here’s a little bit of last winter that I just ran across. Sorry about any bitrot. I’m too lazy to look for pictures at the moment. I recommend setting your imagination to 8 or higher. After Rain and I ran away from home (well, from Jenn and the idea of working for a living), we […]

My Heart is a Big Red Dot

Mon, 24 Feb 2014 20:16:19 PST

We have met a lot of colorful people and characters since we’ve been on the road. Often, I remember them much more vividly than the places. During a conversation about quilting tonight, I was brought back to one of our early adventures in the camper. It was the one where we tried our hand at […]

Van Rebuilding

Thu, 23 Jan 2014 20:02:37 PST

Thanks to the forethought of family, we are able to rebuild the van while still on the east coast. And it is none too soon. The body was starting to show some rust from the months we spent camping on the Texas coast. And, after living with our previous design for just over a year, […]

Old, Moldy Ham

Tue, 03 Sep 2013 11:11:27 PDT

We just ate our first country ham. Well, Johnny grew up eating it, but it’s OUR first country ham. We have been buying different kinds of shelf stable meats. This week, we bought 3lbs of sliced country ham. It was sitting on a shelf, unrefrigerated, in the grocery store. Now it’s sitting on a shelf, […]

Boney Scramble

Tue, 27 Aug 2013 16:55:27 PDT

Rain and I were out on a hike/walk. I saw an unmarked, overgrown  trail going down into the deep gorge that we camped on the rim of.  I like to search the unknown and walking along the road is boring. Anyway, we were both tired of walking on the road. Off it we went. The […]

Another Day on the Job

Sun, 14 Jul 2013 10:33:52 PDT

  So many trails – so much rain… and not the dog kind. Due to today’s torrential downpours, I am trapped inside instead of on a trail with my pup like I should be. It’s OK. There’s lots of work to be done and the view from the office isn’t too bad. The sounds of […]

Better Than Cubicle Chatter

Thu, 27 Jun 2013 12:54:44 PDT

  It seems like all we do anymore is work. Today, we are perched up on an old decrepit highway listening to the waves crash just a few feet from our door as we code the day away. Tomorrow is going to be a long day. We are going to launch a new version of […]