Author: Stephanie Yarbrough

Alaska Chapter One: Fairbanks

We arrived in Alaska at the end of June, and we were immediately blown away with how gorgeous the scenery was!  We were itching to get into some adventures after having just driven around 2,000 miles without much adventuring! Into Alaska Coming in off of the Alaska Highway from Yukon, Canada, we arrived first in Tok and then headed west to Delta Junction.  While we weren’t overly inundated with things to do in these places, it was nice to be back in the States.  We took a few days to catch up on laundry and get our route planned...

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Bringing Buster: All About Traveling with Dogs

We get this question a lot: when you travel, what is the best way to travel with your dog?  Our pups, like many of yours, are part of our family, so we don’t like leaving them at home.  So when we decided to make a life of traveling, our dogs were a major consideration for us.  Here is how we came to our decision to live in an RV in order to travel with our dogs.   Things to Consider When Traveling with Dogs There are several things you want to consider first and foremost when you are thinking...

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A Leisurely Drive through The Great White North

As plans for us usually go, we quickly scrapped our idea of touring through Canada on our way to Alaska. We wanted to get to Alaska pronto! So after leaving Glacier National Park behind us, we headed north and started our journey across 2,000 miles of Canada and the Alaska Highway to get to Alaska. The next several days were quite the interesting experience! Border Patrol and Customs As soon as we got to the US/Canada border, of course we had to pass through customs.  We stopped and they asked us to pull over and come inside for additional...

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Kayaking Glacier National Park

Kayaking Glacier National Park We purchased our kayaks about a week before arriving in Montana, and we were chomping at the bit to get on the Montana rivers for some paddling.  The week we got our kayaks, we were able to take them out a few times at Henry’s Lake near West Yellowstone, but we were ready to explore the rivers in Montana for some kayaking! Columbia Falls is the cute little town right outside of the west entrance to Glacier National Park, and that’s where we stayed for our time in the Glacier National Park area.  We first...

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Swiss Peak Gear Review

Swiss Peak Gear Review   *Disclaimer* We were asked to provide a fair and honest review of the following products in exchange for the products to be given to us at no cost.  We are not paid by Swiss Peak and do not receive a commission or compensation for this review or any links on these products. Swiss Peak is an outdoor gear company out of The Netherlands, and we were excited to get some of their gear to test for our outdoor activities and adventures.  The two products that we tested and will review are the Swiss Peak Tritan...

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