Badlands National Park The Badlands. The name just conjures up thoughts of scary things. What makes them bad? Where are they? How can they make an entire National Park of… The Badlands? These thoughts have always occurred to me. I have seen documentaries and other videos of the Badlands, yet I have never been there. […]
Beginning our trip east Since it was still snowing all throughout Yellowstone National Park, we decided to drive the larger highway out around Yellowstone, up through Bozeman, Montana and then hang a right and start heading east. The drive was really pretty, even when it was snowing and all the roads were plowed really well. It […]
San Diego to Yellowstone Traveling in a RV across the country continuously for a year (or longer) requires a LOT of logistics and planning. Some of this we can plan ourselves and other stuff is completely out of our control, but we try to make the most of it. We purchased our RV and got […]
Spyderco Knives We would like to thank our long time sponsor, Spyderco Knives for providing us with some amazing knives that we literally use daily. The knife above is my favorite knife out of them all, however they are all great. This knife has saved our bacon more than once. If you’ve been reading this blog […]
Tahiti We arrived at the Yacht Club de Tahiti anchorage around 0900 and there was only about one or two open areas to anchor in. We cruised by one of the boats at anchor and asked them for some local knowledge of where to anchor, where the dinghy dock was, etcetera. We decided to […]
Hey everyone! A lot has happened since we first began this blog, so let’s begin with our latest update. First, we have to apologize that we haven’t completed the sailing part of our blog. We will continue to update that portion of our blog until we are up to the present, however so much has […]
Nuku Hiva, Marquesas The Baie de Taiohae was packed with other Pacific Puddle jumpers. There were about 80 yachts (big and small, but mostly big) packed into the bay. Since we weren’t familiar with the bay, the tide, current and such, we decided to anchor out on the furthest fringes of the pack of yachts, […]
Leaving Bora Bora Bora Bora to Honolulu, Hawaii – 17 days of crazy sailing Honolulu, Hawaii to San Diego, California – 24 days of dodging Fall storms Blog coming soon!
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