To put it succinctly, we are a couple of friends, partners, tiny-home dwelling, Toyota truck driving, lovers and soulmates from Vancouver, BC bound for Ushuaia, Argentina and back again. We are hauling a vintage 1974 Trillium 1300 that we renovated Read More
The Green Bastard – 1992 Toyota Pickup DLX V6 4×4 with about 490,000 kms on the clock. She is as stubborn as a mule but thank god so much prettier. TGB has been in my life for 7 years now Read More
When deciding to embark on this journey, we didn’t think twice about bringing Pepita along for the ride. As we have come to realize since, dragging a camper through this many countries is not the usual modus operandi. The fuel Read More
It has been a whirlwind of a month since leaving Troncones. Our plans have changed as has our compass bearing, should you have not checked our InReach GPS tracker @Our Route.
So, what the hell happened? Before getting to Read more »
Having spent a few nights in Boca de Saladita and paying more than we would like to, we decided it was time to explore cheaper options for a place to call home. We drove up and down the coast from Read more »
Today is a special day for me as I was reminded in the most beautiful way, of the circle of life and death. I woke up this morning to find out that my dear friend had succumbed to cancer and Read more »
We first heard about Troncones on our second day in Saladita when we met a yoga instructor and massage therapist named Natalie. We were just pulling onto the beach and unstrapping our surfboards when Sophia bumped into her under a Read more »
La Saladita, Guerrero, Mexico
Soph and I rolled into the Saladita area just over a week ago and we have been so busy learning to surf and trying to learn Spanish that we have completely neglected our devoted followers… (Sorry Moms Read more »
Do you know what we did not spend a single second doing today?
We haven’t even sat in or near the truck!
This is the first day in what feels like months that we did not have a list to check off, Read more »
After spending a few days of respite at East Jesus, we have returned to the Coast to finish up our last errands before entering Mexico. The Southern California coast is so much busier and heavily policed than we had expected. Read more »