Weekly Photo Challenge: Not All Bridges Are For Crossing

During our first night in Banff, we found ourselves in a helluva pickle. In the midst of the storm we get introduced to "the" bridge, roughly .7 miles from where our assigned campsite was. At the time we reached the river, we were able to pass, but we were being pelted by rain and hail … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Not All Bridges Are For Crossing

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Camping in Canada: What We Learned

We still can't believe that we actually camped in Canada. You could say that we've got a pretty righteous case of perma-stoke from it. We'll never forget the mountains, the summer snow, the views that took us to our knees, but we also learned a lot of unforgettable lessons. We did a lot of research … Continue reading Camping in Canada: What We Learned

Weekly Photo Challenge: Transitioning to Transience

Transience is generally not a hot topic for couples, and we're not really an exception. We try to keep the talk of impermanence to a minimum. That being said, with every passing summer, we find ourselves trying to be a little more transient. A little more dirtbag-gy. We're not sure what that means, but this … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Transitioning to Transience

Life on the Food Chain

Our first big camping trip was driving across Texas to Big Bend National Park, and it was full of firsts: our first time camping in a national park, the furthest from home we'd ever camped, and it was our first time in bear country. No matter how you cut it, that is scary as hell. … Continue reading Life on the Food Chain

Surprise! We’re back & we’re leaving again

We know, we know, we know. We'll catch you up on our recent excursion to Colorado, but we're back now, and we've got some big news. We're going to Canada! We've teased it, but we wanted to go ahead and officially announce that we're heading to Banff National Park in June. We have already received … Continue reading Surprise! We’re back & we’re leaving again