Dear blog readers, we have something very big to share with you:
After nearly two years of full-time travel, we’ve officially settled down again!
The entire process of converting our bus into a comfortable home as well as the experience of living, working, and traveling on it full-time has been fantastic for us. Though it took a tremendous effort to make the dream of bus life into a reality, both of us knew that it wasn’t necessarily something we’d do forever. We both have additional goals that we’d like to accomplish – and after a terrific time touring the U.S. in our bus, we’re ready to do the work necessary to achieve them.
We’ve been very fortunate to be able to travel the way that we have – and we certainly learned a lot of valuable lessons from our time on the road. With that in mind, it also feels like it’s time for us to try something new.
So where are you Moving to?
After visiting many cities, states, and provinces, we’ve decided to hang our hats along the front-range of Colorado, and have moved to Boulder, CO. Colorado makes the most sense for us right now for a number of reasons and we’ve officially moved to the Centennial State.
But, What About the bus?
Rest assured, we are definitely not getting rid of the bus! It’s currently parked in our new driveway. After nearly two years of trekking all around the country, it needs some TLC. We’ll be able to perform maintenance and do repairs while not living on it for a while.
Some Highlights of our Travels:
Our campsite at Kalaloch Beach, WA had a great view.
Kaibab National Forest, AZ
Ryan on the Rings Loop Trail, Mojave National Preserve, CA
Cattle Grazing along the Rings Loop Trail in Mojave National Preserve, CA
Ryan at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon
Proudly displaying our haul of rainbow trout in Colorado
Our office for the week, NM
Burning Man 2017
The Boys enjoying the evening air at our campsite in WY
Adaptation in nature. Olympic National Park, WA
Olympic National Park, WA
The beautiful, blue waters of Oregon’s Crater Lake
Mt. Shasta in the distance.
We barely squeezed into street parking on the narrow village streets.
Morning work session with a great coworker.
View from Bodega Headlands, CA at Sunset
It’s pretty grand alright. Grand Canyon, AZ
White Sands, NM
White Sands, NM
Ryan, investigating why our bus wasn’t starting that morning.
City of Rocks State Park, NM
Camping in Ontario Province, CA
Kalaloch Beach, WA
Waves crashing at Bodega Headlands, CA. The water really is that color blue!
Wildflowers along the trails at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park
Towering trees along the “Cathedral” trail.
Ryan on the Lookout Tower Trail. It was weird to be hiking through sand dunes in the midst of a pine forest.
Dispersed camping off of Black Canyon North
Justine, not behind the camera for a change!
Ryan taking in the lava field below the Sandstone Bluffs Overlook, NM.
Lovely boondocking spot in Arizona
Fishing in Colorado
Our campsite in Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, CA