We carried on, differently, but the same

I have been completely uninspired over the last 4 months to post about anything or talk about what’s going on in the world between covid, and brown / black / all lives matter. Everyone has their opinion, but it doesn’t mean that your opinion is right, including...

F*&@ Off already, Mother Nature

Its been three weeks since we returned back to Canada, back to the 40 acres of family land. With the current covid situation and all its craziness, it doesn’t even feel like we were gone, let alone gone for 3 months. Was that just 3 weeks ago that we got back, it...

Baja, we loved you!

I think both Todd and me would tell you that we had zero expectations of Baja. For me, honestly, I was too busy working to even bother to google or investigate anything about Baja – where we were going or what we were doing. Todd never has expectations when he...

Next Time we will get Longer Health Insurance!

As the world continues to spiral through the insanity of Coronavirus, we carried on and kept calm in isolation with Ruby. Here is why we didn’t feel it necessary to come home when they said they were closing the border: We live on a bus, usually in wide open...

Keep Calm and Carry on (you freakin’ f@#$tards)

After 4 days in the San Diego area, we headed a few hours north, up the road to Orange County and stayed at the O’Neill campground. This was actually a fabulous place – for $20, they had water (not quite available at each site, but we for whatever reason, we had 2...

Squeezing the last bit of wintersummer out

Crossing the border at Tecate, MX was interesting, it wasn’t well marked (shocking!) and we noticed “the wall” before we noticed where we were supposed to go in lineup for border crossing. US Border patrol only sent agriculture guys on board to check out our food...