So much has happened since our last email. We have some exciting stuff to share with you...
Amidst all our work to finish building the van, we decided to take a break and head down to Southern Utah to paddle Labyrinth Canyon.
We were super fortunate on this trip to be joined by the Curren family (@currentlywandering also at currentlywandering.com), a new friend EJ (who we met through our YouTube channel), and Tess's sister, brother in law, and father, Ross). It was a trip for the memory books.
We paddled 45 miles across 3 days and we had a great time. It was just what we needed to relax and forget about the stress of building the van.
A lot of people have asked about the boats that we use on our trips. We put together a buyer's guide for anyone in the market for an inflatable boat:
To learn more about these boats, head over here. We've had a blast using our Sea Eagle inflatable boats for the past three years.
Interested in joining us for an upcoming trip, or seeing our planned itinerary? Check our our meetups and upcoming trips.
We want to give a HUGE thank-you for those of you who choose to use our Amazon link when placing orders on Amazon. Every time you shop at Amazon using our link, you help put a couple dollars into our pockets for fuel to make this lifestyle possible. So thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.
And for those of you who haven't used it yet, what are you waiting for? Simply bookmark this link, and click on it to shop at Amazon. Your Amazon shopping experience will be identical to normal, but Amazon kicks us back a few cents off your order. It's that simple, and it costs you nothing, and it really helps us out.
We have been having so much fun on the road, and we've met some of the greatest people on the planet. Thanks for following along on our journey, and don't hesitate to email us directly if you have any questions about this lifestyle or about RVs, camping, or the great outdoors. Until next time!
Steve and Tess
Steve and Tess love to explore nature, whether it be backpacking, packrafting, mountain biking, hiking, or just wandering. The more we explore, the more we realize just how little we've seen.