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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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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November 21, 2019
Fishing on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula Part 2

We woke up for our 2nd day of fishing excited.  Today we were going to go King Salmon fishing.  From my time in Alaska back in 2007 this was my favorite day of the trip.  King Salmon are the kings of salmon for a reason; they are by far the largest of the species.  King...

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November 14, 2019
Fishing on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula Part 1

The drive south – Anchorage to Soldotna Driving south from Anchorage to the Kenai Peninsula is another one of those Alaska moments that just takes your breath away.  The road follows the north side of the Turnagain Arm (large body of water) of the Cook Inlet.  Here mountains are all around you.  On this particular...

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November 6, 2019
Out and About in Anchorage – Alaska’s Largest City

While most of our stops are not planned more than a few days in advance, we had planned much of our time in Alaska month’s prior.  Summer is high season for Alaska and we did not want to miss out on a location because we had nowhere to stay.  Our arrival into Alaska on July...

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October 30, 2019
The Last Frontier – The 49th State – Alaska

Ever since we left Rochester back in May 2017 our motto has been “It’s not the destination – It’s the journey”.  Today more than any day, this motto would ring true.  Today would finally be the day that we would cross over into main land Alaska.  We had come up with the idea to drive...

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October 24, 2019
Our Northernmost stop in Canada – Four Days in Dawson City, Yukon Territory

We left Whitehorse not heading further west towards Alaska, but north on the Klondike highway to the Yukon Territory’s second largest town; Dawson City.  Dawson City was one of only a few stops that we had pre planned.  During the last year and a half of travel we had made friends with other Roadtrek RV’ers...

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October 10, 2019
The Alaska Highway – Whitehorse, Yukon Territory & Skagway, Alaska

After seven days on the road and driving 1200+ miles we had finally made it to the Alaska Highway’s only major city, Whitehorse.  We were pretty glad to have a city day.  Even though driving the Alaska Highway is amazing, it is a rough & tough road and after a few days even the heartiest...

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October 3, 2019
The Alaska Highway Continues – Liard River Hot Springs, BC to Whitehorse, YT

Liard River Hot Springs, BC Saying that the Liard River Hot Springs is in the middle of nowhere would be a vast understatement.  The springs are located in the extreme north of British Columbia.  To give you an idea of how long it would take you to get to this place, if you were not...

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September 25, 2019
The Start of the Alaska Highway – Edmonton, AB to Liard Hot Springs, BC

Driving northwest from Edmonton it is a little strange to see signs for Alaska.  Technically Edmonton is the last major city that you come across when driving to Alaska however the Alaska border is still over 1500 miles away.  The city of Anchorage is about 400 miles past that.  To put that in perspective, 1900...

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