Trip Report: Roy, New Mexico

Roy, New Mexico has been on our brains since last years road trip. We first heard about this new bouldering area in the rural town of Roy, a year ago. We had been traveling around the southwest for over a year strictly bouldering. So it was exciting to hear about a sandstone bouldering mecca found…

Back Home (Getting Ready for Road Trip #4)

We arrived back in Maine in the beginning of October with the intention to do more van projects, climb at our local areas, and visit friends and family. Our plan was to  stay in Maine for the holidays (as we have missed the past two Christmas’s) and will be leaving for the road again once…

Trip Report: Squamish, British Columbia

This post is going to give the most up to date information for living in a van or vehicle in Squamish. Places to Sleep: This is a tricky one. The town is relatively small and land locked by water which limits options to sleep for free. Plus the locals aren’t very happy with the amount…

Where Are They Now?

This isn’t going to be like the T.V. Show “Where are they now?”, featuring past celebrities. No, this is just a regular update on where we are for those that are wondering… As of this writing, we have been in Squamish, British Columbia for 2 ½ months and we love it so much that we…

Joes and Moes: Sandstone Climbing

Lets catch up! Alex and I have been running back and forth between Joes Valley, located in Orangeville, Utah and Moes Valley, located in Saint George, Utah for the past month searching for good weather. We started out in Joes Valley, and got straight to work (climbing boulders…) We had been returning to old climbs…

Back in Bishop

It only took us 6 months to get back to Bishop, California. Initially leaving here felt like we were leaving our home away from home as the town and the people we met were so great. But the sun was beaming down too hard and forced us out. But now we are back! We came…

Goodbye New England…Hello Open Road

When we returned to Maine we had a few goals in mind. Implement the van designs we came up with during our last road trip. Get back into training in a gym for climbing. Climb at the local outdoor spots such as, Pawtuckaway State Park, and focus on climbing the routes we couldn’t do previously….

Back in Maine

Well we finally arrived back in Maine after visiting family and friends along the way. Only took about 4 days to get back. We came back to Maine with the intention of training more and saving more money. There was also some more work on the van that we needed to complete. Lets start with…

Too Hot for Bishop…

Well just like the title states, Bishop got to be too hot for climbing to be good. The rock felt slick and greasy to touch, which meant that it was time to move on. We left Bishop a little sad because there was still so much to be explored. In fact, a lifetime of exploration…

California

After leaving Flagstaff, Arizona, we headed towards the coast of California. Specifically, we headed to Richmond, California to visit one of Alex’s hometown friend, Sam. We spent a weekend taking advantage of hot showers and their hospitality. Upon arriving in Richmond, Tina found a hula hoop camp that was being held in Willits, California. We…