Travel With Purpose

Why We Travel

Alaska to Argentina!

We're broke. Lindsay has Crohn's Disease. Our truck has 460,000 miles on it. Our camper is old. We shouldn't be traveling. But we are attempting to drive from Alaska to Argentina while helping people along the way. Call us crazy! We're starting with only $25,000 for a three -year journey. But we believe in our mission to help others and that we will overcome these obstacles and more as we travel to make the world a better place!

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Jacksonville, Florida

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The River and the Road: Our Return to Florida

When I was 31 years old I attempted to solo-paddle the entire 246 miles of the Suwannee River. Very few people knew […]
October 16, 2018

Visit ALL 5 Utah National Parks in Photographs

Utah National Parks are among the most spectacular in the country. The state of Utah is third only to California and Alaska […]
October 12, 2018

Hope And Halibut In The Ghost Town of Hyder, Alaska

Before we arrived, we only knew three things about Hyder, Alaska. First, you can drive up to Salmon Glacier. Second, you can […]
October 9, 2018
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Traveling with Crohn's Disease: Breaking New Ground Every Day

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Drive the Dalton Highway: Two Days to the Top of the World

Nobody attempts to drive the Dalton Highway for fun. We are no exception. In order to begin the adventure of driving 495 […]

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Antelope Canyon: 9 Photos to Inspire You to Explore One of the Best Slot Canyons

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Travel is Our Story

We met in the midst of an adventure in Cuba and were married less than a year later in the Caribbean. We've restored an old sailboat raised over two dozen foster children and are now driving from Alaska to Argentina. Adventure is who we are.

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