Sail, Oar, and Pedal: A Voyage South Kyle and I spent some time going through over 3,000 photos and chose our favorite 100 to put together in a photo album so that we have it for ourselves in the future. I'm sharing the link here in case anyone wants to check out the album! Click… Continue reading A Photo Album
12/25/2016 The time has come for the continuous traveling of the journey to end. But the impacts of voyage will continue to be prevalent in our lives long into the future. On Tuesday morning Kyle and I pedaled 50 miles from Henderson State Park to St. Andrews State Park in Panama City Beach, FL. There… Continue reading Home for the Holidays!
12/16/2016 124 days, 12 states, and over 2,500 miles we did it!! This morning, around 10am we pedaled across the imaginary line separating Alabama and Florida. Kyle and I, as a team made it from Wisconsin to Florida by man power 🙂 What a wonderful feeling it was! We hugged, kissed, yelled, took photos, smiled,… Continue reading Welcome to the Sunshine State!!
12/13/2016 After leaving the Firestation on Monday morning we headed back down towards the Gulf to see if the paved bike path picked back up. And that it did! Excitedly we hopped back on the paved path and again spent our entire day within 25ft of the beach. Also we had an amazing surprise of… Continue reading Gulf Pedaling and a Wet Ferry Ride
12/10/2016 We left New Orleans! I say that with enthusiasm because it was such a wonderful, beautiful, and lively place that I was slightly concerned we’d never leave 🙂 Kyle and I were planning on just staying for one night…then it turned into two and before we knew it we had been there almost a… Continue reading Awesome Days and Awesome Firemen!
12/6/2016 Hopping on our bike after walking it off the ferry, we headed towards the boardwalk that runs along the river’s edge. Children in school uniforms were running around and feeding the seagulls outside of the Audubon Aquarium. The screams of delight and laughter were infectious and I couldn’t help but smile and giggle myself… Continue reading New Orleans, Music, and Exploring
12/5/2015 As I write this we are sitting under a pavilion at Bayou Segnette State Park. It is cold and pouring rain. Everything is wet, damp, or moist. Fortunately the clothes we are wearing are mostly dry so we aren’t too cold, but I am so excited for some sunshine whenever she decides to come… Continue reading Rain and Hello Mississippi River Trail
11/30/2016 Well, it turns out that the reaction I had to checking the weather forecast when we arrived in Grand Isle was accurate. The system moving through the South Central region of Louisiana and impacting all surrounding waters and waterways is a strong one and bringing conditions unfit for a small boat. The night we… Continue reading When Life Gives You Storms…Buy a Bike!
11/24/2016Happy Thanksgiving! The last two days have been spent rowing and sailing our way East towards Grand Isle, Louisiana. As I write this we are currently on a sandbar near Port Fourchon, LA- 21 miles away from Grand Isle. I had been praying that when we arrived on this sandbar we would find cell phone… Continue reading Barrier Islands and Grand Isle
11/22/2016 The last couple days have been very involved in terms of being underway, and I have not had much time to write, which is too bad because there is much to share! I’ll do my best to recap: Day 1- Oyster Bayou to Anchorage in Marsh: An hour or so after I finished… Continue reading Vastness, Dolphins, and Oil Rigs