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When the Road is Home.

We had the pleasure of being interviewed by When the Road is Home, a joint collaboration between Ben Schuyler and Daniel Volland. Head on over and listen to Dan describe the infamous sour toe shot and Luka talk about eating chips on an Alaskan glacier.

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A hike to Byron Glacier via Family Trails.

A couple of months ago we were asked by Family Trails to share some of our adventures with them. Family Trails is a project created by the National Center for Family Learning to encourage families to explore, learn and imagine wherever their curiosities take them. Naturally we are happy to contribute to the cause. For the next 3 months, we will be guest blogging at Family Trails. Our first post is up there now from one of our Alaskan adventures at Byron Glacier.

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Click here to check it out!

(This post was sponsored by the National Center for Families Learning.)


An interview on She-Explores.


Marlene was recently interviewed on She-Explores, an awesome website about women who travel and explore. Check it out here!

(You can also peek at older TV spots, interviews and articles about our adventure under the About Us tab in “As seen in“)


Vintage Airstreams.

Back in August, we attended an awesome Airstream rally called Alumafandango in Colorado. While we were there, PBS was interviewing a few vintage trailer owners. Our friend, Diane, was there with her vintage Wee Wind Airstream and was interviewed for the segment. We were parked right next to her and if you don’t blink, you might catch a glimpse or two of the Mali Mish.

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Pictures from Three Points Ranch.

I posted a link to this place a while back. Remember? Well, I just ran across some more photos from a recent wedding that took place there… and couldn’t resist posting more pictures and links.

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More pictures here, here and here. Enjoy.

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P.S. The Three Points Ranch does not sponsor us…  my pregnancy hormones are in full swing.