Napa – Where The Wine Flows Like Water

Napa – Where The Wine Flows Like Water

Visiting California wine country has been on our bucket list for a long time. We even discussed this as a possibility when we were planning our honeymoon. When our long-time friend, James Allen, said he was available to host us in Napa Valley we jumped at the opportunity. It’s not everyday you get to rekindle a friendship while consuming delicious wine.

14 Favorite Moments from October

14 Favorite Moments from October

October is probably our favorite month so far! Some of the best hiking and adventuring of our lives and a perfect ending to a perfect month. 

A Driver’s Memoir

A Driver’s Memoir

As I adjust my seating position so that the majority of my weight now rests on the left cheek, giving my right cheek a much needed break, I look at my wife. She hasn't driven at all and we’ve traveled over 14,000 miles! I’ve driven from Colorado to Alaska, down the entire Pacific Coast and now we’re in the southwest desert of the United States and this individual to my right hasn't driven a single mile. 

18 Favorite Moments from September

18 Favorite Moments from September

September was another fun filled month and fall was in the air. We were stunned by the sunsets and views along the Oregon Coast and really appreciated the warm weather in California. 

One EPIC Overnight

One EPIC Overnight

We packed up our bags making sure we had all the essentials to stay warm in the high alpine and headed out. We were given the recommendation to hike Wedge Mountain by a friend and a local of Whistler.

It was our first night in a tent since we started the trip. We had traveled through epic backpacking country - Wyoming, Montana, Alberta, Yukon, and Alaska without backpacking a single night. British Columbia was the place to change that.

Rainy Days

Rainy Days

When you are traveling rainy days are usually disappointing. Being in an incredible location for the first time, not knowing if or when you will return to this distant location, and not being able to accomplish the goals you had set out can get your spirits down. 

Yet when you make new friends and learn about others and their own journey’s it can really turn things around.