Adventure, Travel

Upper Peninsula (Dec 16 – Jan 2nd)

Only three more hours left and we could kick back and relax from being on the road non-stop for the first couple weeks. Before Bia could wake up we kicked off with the sky still completely black but an urgent final stretch before true rest. Expecting snow as the Upper Peninsula is known to have… Continue reading Upper Peninsula (Dec 16 – Jan 2nd)


…Yellowstone National Park… (Day 11 & 12)

After filling up the tank, grabbing some hot-pads for the sleeping bags and a few snacks we crept outside of the little town of Homestake. An off-road from the main led us along an icy one that wound into the hills for about a mile before coming to an opening. Not plowed or groomed but… Continue reading …Yellowstone National Park… (Day 11 & 12)

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Yosemite National Park (Day 7)

University Square Hotel was what seemed to be a slightly modified old dormitory repurposed but with few updates. There was a weathered printed paper sign posted next to the check-in, “This is not a 5 star hotel, if you are not happy with your accommodations get full refund within 45 minutes of check-in.” The front… Continue reading Yosemite National Park (Day 7)


Sequoia National Park (Day 6)

  Just fifteen miles outside of Vegas was an artistic development Seven Magic Mountains, seven stone cairns about 25 feet tall halfway between Jean Dry Lake and the bustling Vegas energy. We had missed it going in so made it a point to drop by before really setting off towards Sequoia. Painted of bright neon,… Continue reading Sequoia National Park (Day 6)

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Grand Canyon National Park South Rim (Day 3)

Sleeping in a car or anywhere that exposes you to sunrise in that matter, wakes you up as soon dawn breaks. Before we were even both up I took off on our two hour jaunt towards the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. What I (Alex) didn't know at the time was that it wasn't… Continue reading Grand Canyon National Park South Rim (Day 3)

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Mazatlán, Sinaloa-Mexico

Running on nearly the same latitudinal line as Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán sit's on the mid-western coast of the Sinaloa state of Mexico. Also in proximity to Puerto Vallarta, six hours south along the coast it's quite touristy to Mexicans but not as internationally touristic as the southern resort city. It's tropical savanna climate as… Continue reading Mazatlán, Sinaloa-Mexico

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Tijuana: Top 10 things to do 2018

Top 10 places to visit Tijuana 2018 with tips on crossing the border