Our interview with Truck Camper Magazine

Our interview with Truck Camper Magazine

We’ve only owned our truck camper for a year now but we’ve spent nearly 100 nights in it exploring the Southwest.  It’s turned out to be the perfect way for us to make the most of our free time and travel for extended periods during the winter when...
Where the snowbirds and spring breakers roam

Where the snowbirds and spring breakers roam

Visit Lake Havasu City in December (like we do) and you’re considered a snowbird. Especially when you have Colorado plates. Return in March (like we just did) and you’re considered a spring breaker. Especially when you have glowing white skin and Colorado...
iPhones & Aerial Photography

iPhones & Aerial Photography

It’s been a little over a year since Mark got his private pilot’s license and we try to get out and fly any chance we get.  However, that’s tough living in the Rockies with such temperamental weather, technical mountain flying and little access to...
Escape

Escape

Need to relax? Go outside.  Need to clear your mind? Go outside.  Need to be inspired? Go outside.  Nature is putting on the most incredible show every hour of every day and we don’t stop nearly enough to appreciate it.  Our truck camper has afforded us the...
Road Trippin’ Day 6: A long road to nowhere

Road Trippin’ Day 6: A long road to nowhere

You can bury your face in a map for as long as you like but until you set out to see all those little dotted lines with your own eyes, you never really know what you’re going to get.  Could be a total bust, could be unbelievably cool.  Well, spending the prior...
Road Trippin’ Day 5: Is it the 90’s?

Road Trippin’ Day 5: Is it the 90’s?

On day five of our road trip we woke up to rain which got our morning off to a quick start given the road we were on could easily become difficult to travel if muddy.  By 9am we were on our way to Meeker to restock a few supplies and return e-mail and voice-mails. ...