11 Random Facts About Us

Alex eats a lot of chocolate and peanut butter. If I wasn’t here to make him food, he would probably only eat dark chocolate and peanut butter. Somehow, he is very fit looking. Must be all that chocolate. Tina is the youngest of five. I have 2 biological siblings, and 2 step-siblings. All of them…

Van Tour!

After living in our van full time for 3 years, I finally decided to make a van tour video. I have been wanting to get a video of our home on wheels for a long time, but never got the motivation to do so, until now. Below are pictures of the van throughout different building…

Training on the Road

One of the reasons we began traveling and living in a van was to be closer to our favorite climbing locations without having to relocate permanently. When we are in a climbing location, we typically climb every other day, giving our bodies enough time to rest and recuperate. When we are climbing, we find that…

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…

#Vanlife Meals

When I first met Alex, he had made the choice to eat the same thing everyday. For him, food didn’t matter, it was just a source of energy. So for two years, he ate a tempeh sandwich with lettuce, tomato, red onion, mustard, and vegannaise. EVERY DAY for two years, Alex ate the same thing….

Top 5 Questions People Ask Climbers

This post will be touch upon some of the questions that we, as climbers, often get. Lets get started! Whats that on your back? This one is very typical and applies to climbers that boulder. When climbers boulder (climb on boulders,) they will typically be carrying a large object on their back that looks like…

#Vanlife with Animals (The True Vanlifers)

We are three years into living full time in our van(home) with our pet cat, Lily. I wanted to shed some light in what it is like bringing a pet cat on the road. Lily is a true vanlifer, as she has never left the van. She is fully indoor, and has been declawed (by…

What I’ve learned from Bouldering for Two Years

Well like the title suggests, this post will be about what I have learned as a short female climber that loves to boulder. I have been climbing for 6 years now and have been focusing on bouldering for the past 2 years. I choose to switch to bouldering because of the strength building and strenuous…

Oh, Canada

Well folks, we left the United States, although we didn’t go very far. Crossing over the border was something we had yet to do with our van home. We were a bit worried as bringing an entire life with you can be a bit worrisome. We weren’t sure if the border patrol would dig though…

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…