In today’s video, we take you with us to Pie Party. Courtney hosted a Pie Party for 10 years before we no longer lived in a house. The idea is everyone who comes brings a pie, either savory or sweet, and then every chows down on loads of delicious homemade pie! Courtney’s parents hosted one this year and it was a delicious success!
Meanwhile thanks to our awesome viewer, Angela, Steve decided to make a 2018 mini-calendar with some of his favorite photography from our travels over the past year. We preview it and a mousepad with one of his shots to you guys. If you are interested in getting one of your own head on over to our Etsy store 🙂 We also update you on what’s going on with our website and a planned monthly newsletter, coming soon!
In today’s video, we formally introduce you to Bosley, our truck! Thanks for all your naming suggestions…they were awesome and a LOT more creative than anything we came up with on our own. But Bosley won out and we’ve gotten used to calling him, Bos. We also show you some of the small fixes that have been piling up that we finally get done while we are stationary.
In today’s video, we talk about the things we love about being stationary. While we love traveling we realized this past year that we enjoy being stationary as well. We have to have a balance. After traveling for the past 7 months we’re really enjoying having a home base where we can get lots done, see people, and not have to worry about where we will be next week.
In today’s video, we’re back in Tucson with our new to us GMC Sierra. We enjoy happy hour with homemade margaritas before Steve gives a tour of our new-to-us 2012 GMC Sierra 2500. We are super happy with our purchase. Uh Oh! We realized we never told you our new trucks name. Next video! We promise!
In today’s video, we go used truck shopping. We set out looking for a Clifford Junior (ie a red Dodge Ram 2500 but automatic) but we end up with is nothing like that! Check out the reveal and stay tuned for the next video for a full tour.
In today’s video, we pack it up in Sedona and head south finally making it back to Tucson after 7 months. We talk about some of the changes at the KOA since we’ve been gone, set up at the same site we were at in the spring and discuss plans for truck shopping!
In today’s video, we go on a tour of some ruins down the road from our boondocking spot outside of Sedona. You need reservations to tour the Palatki ruins but they are free with an America the Beautiful Pass. We got to see the ruins and also an extra Pit tour of a sacred area where ancient people roasted Agave which was covered in pictographs. Something a little different than what we’ve seen before. We end our time in Sedona at our favorite restaurant Elote, before it’s time to head back towards Tucson.
In today’s video, we head out onto the trails to hike Devil’s Bridge in Sedona. It’s a beautiful hike among the red rocks not far from town. We’ve never walked over a bridge/arch before and in this hike not only can you do that but you can also walk below it! We highly recommend it!
In today’s video, we are boondocking outside of Sedona. Steve shows off some amazing photography he has made at this site, including Milky Way shots. Then we head into Sedona. First stop the Chapel of the Holy Cross which is a working chapel built into the red rocks with amazing views. Next, we head to Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village for a nice walk through a beautiful complex full of art and cute shops. We even decide to stop into Oak Creek Brewery for a flight while we were there. After lunch, we drive through the touristy area of Sedona before heading up to the Airport for the views.
In today’s video, we hang at Lone Rock Beach on Lake Powell for the day. We even get the kayak out and paddle around the Lone Rock. What a gorgeous place! After extending our time there one more night we pack up and head to a boondocking location outside of Sedona, going through 11 traffic circles to get there!