February 2021: St. George, Mojave Desert and Lake Mead

  We visited our friends in Phoenix in the end of January (and to pick up all our packages!) right when a cold spell came through the area, and Phoenix ended up being cold(er than normal) and rainy. We were supposed to all go on a camp trip, but instead decided to do a day trip to Payson, AZ where […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

How we Get Packages while Living on the Road!

This is one of the trickier things about living on the road. Both of our permanent addresses are back in Denver at Blake’s moms house. She receives our mail and we return to Denver frequently enough that she rarely has to forward on our mail.   We move so frequently that we are constantly waiting to order packages until we […]

The secret to Free Dumps!

Blake’s family says that everyone has a shit story. Somebody forgot to put the cap back on, maybe the lines froze with shit inside, maybe the guy next to you in the dump station didn’t know what he was doing and aimed the wrong way, etc. Ours was when we learned that the shower in our original camper (1996 Elkhorn) […]

NEW CAMPER!

The process of switching to the new camper was a much longer process than we expected and we ended up staying in Denver for about 2 and a half months (also due to staying pretty busy with work during those months). We spent the next week taking everything out of the old camper, (storing most of it on Clinton’s lawn […]

Baja Adventures 4: Bahia de Concepcion, Ojo de Liebre, Bahia de Los Angeles, and San Felipe

When we were finally able to leave Loreto, we drove an hour north to the Bahia de Concepcion. This is a beautiful finger of water on the Sea of Cortez side that we had noted on our drive south back in December. It was full of little inlets of water that looked super calm and blue, and we couldn’t wait […]

Baja Adventures 3: Tecolote, Balandra, and Agua Verde

For our third flight from Cabo, we went to New York City to film a music video. Luckily we were able to pack light for this one since we would be walking around NYC. Flying to NYC from Cabo though is a full travel day, and we didn’t get in until midnight, but we did find Chick Fil a in […]