Our Travel Journal

Latest Tales from our Adventures

  • British Columbia

    Rating:2.5Size: small Trees/shade: no Ground: grass, dirt Water On Site: no Exterior: -playground -Walking path -skate park -baseball fields What I liked: What I don’t like: -very small  – right next to highway

    Dog Parks

    Rating:4.5 Size: large Trees/shade: yes Ground: grass, dirt, rock Water On Site: yes Exterior: -Volleyball  -Picnic -Walking path -Berries What I liked: -lots of trees  – nice off learn walking path What I don’t like: – no restrooms

    Northwest Territories

    Barefoot in Inuvik | Lessons from the Road We walked into the library in Inuvik, Northwest Territories. The air was crisp but the sun still poked out behind a cloud. The ground was crispy and dirty like it is in …

    Min Travel

    You can still receive mail while living on the road and it doesn’t cost you extra. You just need to use the “General Delivery” method at the local post office. Here’s how: Determine the Main Post Office for the city …


    Imagine it: 25 million acres of wilderness with glaciers & grizzlies, & few people in sight. Standing there, with silty green river water rushing around you, braiding off in different directions, your boots wet & muddy, your soul nourished. Since …

    British Columbia

    We’ve camped along several beautiful rivers in British Columbia, Canada. As opposed to our experiences in the States, we find it easier to find riverside or even lakeside camp spots. In the U.S., these waterside spots to camp are almost …

    Joy, Chance, & a Meowing Tree

    Joy, Chance, & a Meowing Tree: Living on the road has brought us two very special things – Joy & Chance. We talk a lot about Joy. Joy is very different than fun. Joy makes you happy, present, & thankful. …