Cactus Touring: Anza Borrego, Yuma, Organ Pipe, and Quartzite, Arizona

After a change in previous plans, we had to figure out where to spend the month of January, and ended up flocking to all the popular spots for full-time RVers (“snowbirds”) that spend their winter in these warm southern areas. CALIFORNIA:  Joshua Tree Joshua Tree National Park and the BLM land at its south entrance is a mecca for RVers […]

Winter 2020: Colorado Visit

Work picked up for us a bit in November, which had us driving all around southern California. We had two shoots back to back that were in Johnson Valley and Big Bear, with one of those shoots also taking us south of the Salton Sea, so we were driving back and forth through LA, and ended up filming in a […]

Our Top 5 Scenic Drives from Two Years on the Road!

We’ve done A LOT of driving in our two years on the road. Like almost 45,000 miles. We’ve seen a lot of really neat places. Most of the time we have to take the most direct route if we’re headed to a film shoot, but sometimes we have time to take the long way somewhere, and sometimes if we’re just […]

7 Ways we Figure Out Where to Sleep Each Night (When Passing through Big Cities)

Our perfect camp spot is some secluded spot, nestled between some pine trees, or maybe in a red rocky desert in Utah, or even camped on a beach in Baja. But the perfect camp spot often requires a bit of effort to drive there, perfect timing to get there before anyone else, and planning out our food, water and battery […]

Southern October: Austin,Texas and New Mexico

This October we did something completely different for us. We drove from Colorado all the way to Austin, Texas. The goal of going this far south was to capture some content of our friends who live in Austin, Texas, on their wake surf boat using our camera rigged jetboat. This was a bit of R&D for us for rigging the […]

Our Top 5 Favorite Camp Spots from Two Years on the Road!

We both grew up camping in Colorado, Blake more-so than me since he’s an Eagle Scout. We’ve camped in negative degree weather, we’ve both slept in snow caves, and we continue to have camping family reunions every year. I could list a hundred of our favorite places to camp in Colorado and Moab, but this list is going to only […]

7 Tips for Cooking in a Truck Camper

Obviously we don’t have a lot of space in our truck camper, but our kitchen does consist of a three burner stove, small propane oven, sink, and microwave, which we can run on our Battleborn batteries. We’re rarely in a sport for more than 4 days at a time, and often we drive everyday, so nothing gets left out on […]

COVID Summer and Fall: Colorado Hikes and Dirt Biking

We ended up in and out of Denver for the rest of the 2020 summer. With COVID still a thing, film shoots didn’t pick back up in LA, so there was no reason to go back to California. We did have quite a few luxury real estate gigs in the spring and summer including 4 properties in Aspen, 1 in […]

6 Ways we Stay Organized Living in a Truck Bed Camper

Crates: Put everything in crates to avoid any loose items and make sure everything has a place. When you have limited storage, everything needs to have a place, or else things get messy fast. And this way, everything is waterproof in case you ever had any leaks.  “Garage” Storage: The camper has one outdoor storage area, and the truck has […]

Utah Fall Destinations: Bryce, Zion, Cedar Breaks and Lake Powell

  Blanche Lake: We spent most of September in Utah. Before leaving the Salt Lake area, we hiked Blanche Lake.  6.5 miles with 2,700 feet elevation gain. The elevation gain felt more gradual than I expected and was surprised that we did the hike pretty quick. I didn’t know that the fall colors in Salt Lake and Ogden are so […]