Heather The St James Walkway (SJW) was by far one of the most outstanding tramps we did in New Zealand. […]
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Dan The sky darkened and we felt the first drips of rain, Heather expressed her dismay and displeasure at hitchhiking […]
The Pelorus Track
Heather “Ah! I’ve been waiting for you two!” the energetic bus driver exclaimed as we handed over our packs. He […]
The Queen Charlotte Track
Heather After our failed attempt at North Island hiking we boogied on down to the South Island via a pub […]
Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men and All That
Dan (bet you thought I had stopped writing these things) So a week into New Zealand and the weather is […]
Hiking in Our Own Backyard
Nothing like discovering amazing trails in your own backyard.
Finishing the AT and What’s Next
A little update.
What’s in a Name?
The story behind our trail names.
Stats North Carolina and Tennessee
We have combined these two states as the A.T. is also the states borders. Miles walked: 386.6 (622.2km) Money spent: […]
Down But Not Out in Franklin
There could be worse places to be stuck.
Breaking down hiking the AT
Obligatory Gear Post
Dan Here’s our obligatory pack blog, distribution between the two of us makes the individual pack contents look a […]
The Towers of Pain – or How Not to Trek Torres del Paine
Heather After leaving El Calafate we crossed once again into Chile and stayed in Puerto Natales to await the arrival […]
Heather Well, that’s that. We have confirmation of a boat that will return our beloved Hulk home (well, Jacksonville, FL […]
Colca Canyon Unguided Glamping
Dan Billed as the second deepest canyon in the world and around twice as deep as the Grand Canyon the […]
The up and down (and up again) of Choquequirao
Heather Arriving in the cute and friendly town of Chachora we quickly found a safe place for The Hulk to […]
Lares Trek – Unguided, quite literally
Dan All packed and nowhere to go, well almost, we parked the truck in Ollantaytambo and took a couple collectivos […]
Running on Empty
Heather It was bound to happen sometime. Everything had been going quite well, no major mechanical issues, camper was working […]
Heather We were pretty stoked after the Galapagos and we’re excited to start exploring the Central Valley of Ecuador. Our […]
Easing into Ecuador
Dan We arrived into Ecuador on Heather’s birthday, the day hadn’t got off to a great start. We had to […]