When I was planning our trip, I kept stumbling across the most beautiful photos from Oregon. Waterfalls of all shapes and sizes, surrounded by moss-covered rocks and foliage a shade of green that seemed like it couldn’t be real. I knew I wanted to see these places and stand in the spray of those falls. … Continue reading Homage to the Columbia River Gorge
Aside from the natural beauty and recreational opportunities, Moab was a good starting point from a logistical standpoint. Developed almost exclusively around tourism, Moab was extremely nomad-friendly. The main drag of the small town was dotted with auto parts shops, RV and camper repair depots, and outdoor supply stores. Anything we'd need to repair the … Continue reading The First 30 Days Part 2 – Settling In
Learn how to make naan bread over the campfire.
We've been working our way up the Oregon coast the past week, and it's rained nearly every day. Not enough to completely squelch the occasional day hike through the forests, but enough that we've spent a lot of time in the shelter of our camper. While our journey has certainly been exciting, it hasn't been … Continue reading In It for the Lulls
An answer to one of the most common questions I get asked about our trip, "How do you take a shower and/or stay clean on the road?".