Our must have Travel Camera Gear

Our must have Travel Camera Gear

Packing theory When I was a kid we used to backpack, camp, and hike a lot. When we would begin packing for a trip my Dad would take all of our camping and backpacking gear out of its storage spot and lay it all out in the garage. We would even go as far as to set up...
Yosemite. To the summit of El Capitan and back.

Yosemite. To the summit of El Capitan and back.

The mountains are calling and I must go… I have this thing where I do not remember too terribly much from my childhood. I am not one of those people who remembers my 5th birthday or who my teachers were in elementary school. I would not say that I blocked things...
Diving in Key West: The Vandenberg

Diving in Key West: The Vandenberg

 Diving in Key West: The Vandenberg. Key West, the southernmost point in the United States and home to some amazing diving. Amy is from Miami, Florida and spent a lot of time in Key Largo as a kid but neither of us had ever made down to Key West. Since we got PADI...
French Polynesia Part III: Private Island Paradise

French Polynesia Part III: Private Island Paradise

Did you say a private island? By this point we were on our third week in French Polynesia and we were ready to leave the Pink Sand Atoll of Tikehau. While the pink sands and vacant beaches were a great stop, we were ready to get back to the lush, mountainous, islands...
The start of our adventure in French Polynesia: Bora Bora

The start of our adventure in French Polynesia: Bora Bora

We started the long day of travel from Puerto Rico to Bora Bora on a Thursday and touched down in the capital of French Polynesia: Papeete on Friday. From there it was supposed to be a quick trip over to Bora Bora. Papeete is the hub of French Polynesia. You fly in...