We are travelers and adventurers – in our 1988 Ford E-250 Cobra Conversion we travel the USA in search of beautiful sights, immersive culture, research contracts, and anywhere good food can be found.


Eccentric by most definitions of the word and a full-time narcissist, Calleigh spends her days designing websites and developing web solutions for major nightclubs and Michelin-star restaurants across the road. Outside her main job, she is the director of web and communications for a long distance skateboarding non-profit, SkateIDSA. On the side, Calleigh works to build passive income through both dropshipping and web-based classified listing business ideas.

Calleigh was the first woman to attempt to skateboard across the United States solo, and became a self-published author in September 2018 with “Carrion, Carried On.” She stands in the worldwide rankings for women globally in distance skateboarding, and breaks barriers by pioneering and advocating for transgender women in endurance sports.


Caroline is a comedian at heart with a passion for nature and wildlife. She leads the charge in the van by dictating where we lay our temporary roots to make way for her next contract job in the field of wildlife research. Her continued drive to work collecting hands on data for major conservation and wildlife research sends her around the world and to increasingly remote parts of the country. With a wide background in ecology ranging from outreach programs with state and national parks to collecting data for population and diversity of wildlife for climate change studies, Caroline is well equipped to take on any job the van can drive to.

Outside of her amazing work, Caroline humbly works with linoleum blocks to create beautiful inked projects from holiday post cards to tote bags sporting her art. With her style of thick outlines and use of white-space, she only continues to grow as an artist by working in other mediums, from anything between drawing and redesigning the interior of the van. Her drive to explore the world through her work in the wild has given way to an untapped knack for taking photos of the beautiful places it has to offer.

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From personal project announcements and recaps of our adventures to expert advice for living in a van and seeing the world, you’ll find it all here.


By |March 8th, 2019|

I found out my dad died when I was in Mississippi, in the very first few days of driving to my new home in Vancouver, WA from Miami Beach, [...]

Why I Hate New York City

By |January 25th, 2019|

First of all, I’m well aware that anyone from New York will look at this, read part of it, and create a million and one reasons (excuses) for why [...]

Planning for a New Trip

By |January 1st, 2020|

I had been thinking about this for a long time. In May of 2018 I cycled from North Dakota to Georgia. I went through Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Tenessee, Alabama, [...]

So it (Almost) Begins…

By |November 20th, 2018|

Moving back to our home state of Massachusetts after an isolated and explorative look deep into the Midwest was almost instantly a shock. The harsh reality that we'd have [...]

Drive Cross Country: Day 5

By |May 2nd, 2018|

You would think a place themed like an old 70s cartoon would still want to hang onto the charm of the show and carry it into entertaining [...]

Drive Cross Country: Day 4

By |April 20th, 2018|

We didnt waste any time getting out of Amarillo. I felt like maybe I didn't give Texas a chance. Of course, our time constraints to get to [...]

1304, 2018

Drive Cross Country: Day 3

By |April 13th, 2018|

Caroline's phone had mysteriously unadjusted itself to the time zone change in St. Louis, so we woke up at 530 and were out the door by 6am. I wondered [...]

604, 2018

Drive Cross Country: Day 2

By |April 6th, 2018|

While we had tons of fun with Alex and Sarah in Pittsburgh, it was unfortunately a short stay. I didn't have a single spare minute to skate [...]

3003, 2018

Drive Cross Country: Day 1

By |March 30th, 2018|

It was a cold morning in Salem. We spent the whole day prior getting ready, packing the car with what little we were bringing to our new [...]

2903, 2018

On Being a Queer Adventurer

By |March 29th, 2018|

Let's face facts: A historical look at great adventurers, from conquistadors to Louis and Clark, would show that the grand majority of them were white and male. The stereotype [...]


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