6/14/2022 Yesterday afternoon we hit 3,500 miles! Which means that for our 7,000 mile goal (in order to beat the world record) we are officially halfway! This was a huge milestone for us, and we are feeling very excited to have reached the second half of our journey. We have given ourselves 90 days to… Continue reading Halfway Day! Yay!
5/27/2022 The days really do blend together. I keep telling myself when we get to camp at night, I am going to spend some time writing. But then we get to camp, log all our details for the record, set up camp, shower, make dinner, relax and enjoy our surroundings, and before I know it,… Continue reading 2,000+ Miles & Now We’re Having Fun!
5/13/2022 As I write this, I am sitting at a table at the Best Western in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. The air conditioner is buzzing and the room feels a bit stuffy- I am drinking cheap red wine out of my camping mug. Our bikes are pushed against the far wall, and Kyle is currently… Continue reading The First 1,000+ Miles
5/6/2022 Well, the time has come for our next expedition! And this time, we headed away from the water, and chose a more land based mode of travel: two electric bicycles. We teamed up with DŌST electric bikes, and on May 1st, we left from Key West, FL in order to attempt to beat the… Continue reading A World Record Attempt
3/24/22 The sailing season is coming to an end for me and Kyle and we are already preparing for our next adventure. The season didn’t end quite as we anticipated, but it was a lovely season, nonetheless. It was actually one of my favorite sailing journeys we have taken. I loved all the countries we… Continue reading An Ending, A Beginning
1/23/2022 When I really think about it, think about what makes up our lives, it seems that it is a series of moments. Moments that add up to minutes, minutes to hours, hours to days, and days to years. Years and years of life, filled with individual moments. Sometimes these moments are amazing, sometimes they… Continue reading A Series of Moments
1/11/22 Utila is the smallest of Honduras’ major Bay Islands. It marks the south end of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, which is the second largest reef system in the world. Its population is around 4,150. It is about 11 miles long and 2 miles wide. It is about 25 miles from mainland Honduras, and… Continue reading The Magic of Utila
1/5/2022 We made the decision to leave Cayo Culebra around noon on Thursday December 16th. That way, we would hopefully arrive in Honduras by dinner time on the 19th, three days later. Originally we had planned to go to Roatan, but then we saw a small island about 20 miles West of Roatan called Utila.… Continue reading A Difficult Crossing
12/15/2021 Day in and day out, this lifestyle presents me with a new opportunity to let go of all my planning and figuring out, and instead leaves me realizing I can’t plan it all out. I wonder how many times I am going to have to learn this lesson. Maybe forever, maybe it’s my life… Continue reading Cayo Culebra
12/11/2021 The last few days have been spent hanging out in Isla Mujeres. Our crew from the Florida to Mexico crossing left on Tuesday to head to mainland and explore some Mayan ruins. Kyle and I decided to stay put and enjoy a few days of relaxing. Well, some small boat projects and relaxing 😉 … Continue reading Isla Mujeres