The answer to “Where have they been?” is almost as interesting as “Where are they going?” Here is a little graphic to indicate the places we have been thus far. Click on the photo to make it larger!
One of the blogs I follow is an awesome travel group of two humans and two dogs. They traveled in a rig named Skyhorse. If you explore their blog, you will discover why that name is perfect! Recently they posted one of the most detailed, well-documented set of information I have ever come across on … More An excellent budget resource for full-timers.
While we were camped in New Orleans we did not have access to a shower. This gave us an opportunity to use the Aqua Cube unit again. The Aqua Cube was purchased online from a “survivalist” store, but it is available through many online stores. It came with a storage bag and all the lines and … More Hot water to go-
A couple of you have asked about the heater we are using so I thought I could feature it and share it around the forums. It works great for us! We were seeking something that used reasonable amounts of propane and put out optimal BTUs of heat. We also did not want a heater that … More Things are heating up in here!
After a few days of spending too much time at the border, we were ready for some tourist attractions. This area does not disappoint! We used iOverlander www.ioverlander.com (great app for finding camping and other resources while on the road) to locate Pancho Villa State Park. This is the location of a battle that never … More New Mexico to Big Bend
SAFETY: Don’t do this; don’t do that–it’s dangerous. Stay home! I hear this over and over. Really?! The longer you drive out of the country, the more you realize that most of the rhetoric is BS. Talking head stuff designed to terrorize you. Read what the travelers are saying. There are a lot of blogs, … More Some thoughts on van-life in Mexico: A post by Mike