Category: travel

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 4 – Belize

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visited 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. (And you could too!) Here’s where we went and what we did! Part 4: Belize Getting In Coming from Honduras, we took the Pride of Belize from…

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 3 – Honduras

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visited 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. (And you could too!) Here’s where we went and what we did! Part 3: Honduras Getting In Coming from Guatemala, we took a direct shuttle from Antigua…

How to Make Dehydrated Backpacking Food

We are oh so excited to begin the 486 Mile Colorado Trail in just seven days! This year, we upped our trail food and nutrition diet by making our own dehydrated backpacking meals! How it Works Prepare and Cook Food Spread food onto dehydrating…

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 2 – Guatemala

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visited 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. (And you could too!) Here’s where we went and what we did! Part 2: Guatemala Getting In We found a steal of a deal on a flight…

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 1: Costa Rica

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visited 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. (And you could too!) Here’s where we went and what we did! PART 1: Costa Rica Getting In Coming from a Winter in Wyoming, Sean and I…

How to Get from Juan Santamaria Airport (SJO) to San Jose, Costa Rica

Ok, backpackers. This one is for you. As I was preparing for my trip to Central America, I decided to begin in Costa Rica and fly into Juan Santamaria Airport (SJO) near the capital, San Jose. The problem here is the word near. So…

Change of Plans

Ah the rush of international travel… Hours of research, packing and unpacking and repacking, goodbyes and hellos and goodbyes again, buses, trains, planes, customs, currency exchange, my first stamp in a fresh passport – oh yes, we’re on the road again. Why? How? Where?…

Four Feet in Four Days

The storm began Sunday around noon. I was out enjoying an incredible perk of working at Togwotee Mountain Lodge – an employee snowmobile ride. This was our second time to get to ride some sleds on a guided tour and this time we headed to…

Gear Review: Hyperlite Mountain Gear 2400 Windrider Ultralight Pack

This past summer, I used Hyperlite Mountain Gear’s 2400 Windrider Ultralight Pack which I totally and completely fell in love with (currently marked down $50 by the way…). If you are looking for an ultralight backpacking setup, look no further than Hyperlite Mountain Gear (HMG)….

Working in a Winter Wonderland

First off, my apologies for being a little behind on the website. After 2400 miles over 5 months on the PCT, we took our van to Northern California for seven weeks of off grid R&R. We had to, unfortunately, scrap the van there as…

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