Travel Blogging Isn’t Easy – Lessons Learned On the Road

I’m compiling some of the lessons and interesting tidbits I’ve learned with the hopes of passing along useful information to fellow wanderers. Especially families of travelers similar to ours.

first world

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had the itch to travel. I’ve dreamed of telling stories and sharing photos of where I’ve been with anyone interested. The funny thing is, now that I’m doing that, I’m having a difficult time doing the sharing part. Continue reading “Travel Blogging Isn’t Easy – Lessons Learned On the Road”

Winter Weather – Lessons Learned On the Road

I’m compiling some of the lessons and interesting tidbits I’ve learned with the hopes of passing along useful information to fellow wanderers. Especially families of travelers similar to ours.

brace yourself

Even though we knew we’d be beginning our adventures during the colder months, we thought to combat the weather with layers of clothing and our Little Buddy Heater. We knew snow might very well be in our future but we didn’t take into the account how bad cold, clear nights would be. For the most part, we did very well. Mobility was impaired but not very badly and we almost got away with it, too. If it wasn’t for the cold front that hit us in Gila National Forest (NM). Continue reading “Winter Weather – Lessons Learned On the Road”

Feeding Your Crew On the Road – Lessons Learned On the Road

I’m compiling some of the lessons and interesting tidbits I’ve learned with the hopes of passing along useful information to fellow wanderers. Especially families of travelers similar to ours.

I swear to Science, I feel just like Ignacio when I cook now.

Even when I look at what I’ve made, I feel like:

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Windy Conditions – Lessons Learned On the Road

I’m compiling some of the lessons and interesting tidbits I’ve learned with the hopes of passing along useful information to fellow wanderers. Especially families of travelers similar to ours.

wind bad time

We never really took wind into account while planning our route, except for the wind chill factor. Expecting that wind would compound the problem of low temperatures, we decided that we would just bundle up as needed. What we didn’t foresee is how 15-20 mph winds would affect our commitment to tent camping.

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