EST. 2016

It’s not the destination.. it’s the journey!

Follow Bryan & Julie, as they road trip through the USA, Canada and Mexico. Looking for a break from the daily grind, they saved up to buy a Roadtrek Class B RV motorhome and planned a trip of a lifetime! Follow below on their travels and experiences along the way…

59219Miles Driven
545Days on the Road
42BBQ Restaurants Visited
52States/Provinces Visited

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February 13, 2020
Olympic National Park & Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

Waking up our first day back in the USA felt a bit different.  No longer did we see British Columbia license plates or hear German from the large influx of German tourists.  It felt good to be back though.  Even more exciting for us is that we were in a part of Washington State that...

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February 6, 2020
Exploring Vancouver Island – Nanaimo to Victoria

After leaving Tofino, Julie and I were headed back to the eastern side of the island.  The drive over the previous day was fairly treacherous with torrential rain coming down.  We had passed numerous lakes, mountains and even a grove of giant Douglas Fir trees.  As it was a beautiful day today, we wanted to...

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January 29, 2020
Exploring Vancouver Island – BC Ferry Crossing & Tofino

In terms of island sizes in the world, Vancouver Island is huge.  Wikipedia has it listed as the worlds 42nd largest island at a little over 12,000 square miles.  To put that in perspective New York’s Long Island is the worlds 149th largest at about 1,200 square miles.  Tiny in comparison.  Today we would be...

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January 23, 2020
Whistler, BC & The Sea to Sky Highway

Waking up on our last morning in Kamloops we were sad and excited.  Sad because we loved Kamloops.  The city was big enough to have everything you needed but small enough that it didn’t feel overwhelming to an outsider.  We were excited though as today we would be driving to Whistler, one of British Columbia’s...

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January 16, 2020
Canada’s Desert City – Kamloops British Columbia

Driving in from the north, getting into the outskirts of Kamloops is an experience you would not expect in Canada.  Almost without warning the lush green forests and meadows are gone.  In their place is a semi-arid desert environment complete with ponderosa pines, sagebrush and the occasional tumbleweed.  Did we somehow cross the border and...

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January 9, 2020
Touring Central British Columbia

Driving out of our campground at Watson Lake, Yukon we almost immediately crossed into British Columbia.  Crossing the Yukon/BC border felt as if we were close to home even though we were still 1200+ miles north of the border.  Today we would be leaving the Alaska highway and driving down the Cassiar Highway.  This would...

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January 2, 2020
The Final Miles of the Alaska Highway

Driving southeast from the Fairbanks area we had one final goal to accomplish: complete the drive on the Alaska Highway.  A few weeks prior we had driven roughly 2/3 of the highway from Dawson Creek, BC to Whitehorse, YT.  The official end to the highway is at Delta Junction, AK.  This means we had to...

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December 26, 2019
The Golden Heart City – Fairbanks, Alaska

Driving north from Denali National Park, we were truly driving into a different part of Alaska.  Mountains, which had been along our side for almost all of our travels in Alaska slowly disappeared continuing north and west, as our road Alaska Route 3 curved north and east.  In a short 2.5 hours we reached the...

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December 18, 2019
Denali National Park

Even though paved roadways only cover ¼ of Alaskan land, driving times are no means short.  Today after spending a week in southern Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula we were driving to Denali National Park in central Alaska; a 6-hour drive north. The drive north into Central Alaska As there is only one road on the Kenai...

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December 5, 2019
The end of the road on the Kenai Peninsula – Homer & Seward, Alaska

Driving south from Soldotna to Homer was one that we had done before…well almost.  A few days prior driving to our Halibut fishing trip we had driven almost all the way to Homer as there is only one road going south on the Kenai Peninsula.  Today however, we would make it to the end of...

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