On my website, you will find what is starting to be a long and scattered telling of various adventures that have captivated my attention and helped shape the woman I am growing into. My blogged journey started in Grand Junction, Colorado in 2013 as I made the decision to move full-time into a van that would, but of course, spend plenty of time down by plenty of rivers. In this partnership with #VanLife and the man I shared it with, we also chose to design and build what we hoped would be the ultimate Overland creation. Averaging close to 40,000 miles each of the two years lead to lifetimes of adventure and learning. When that time came to a close, I landed on the Big Island Of Hawaii, where I spent a little over a year. The craving for the unknown was beautifully cultivated by land, sea, and then by two tiny wheels and 50ccs.
This view you see above, one day gave way to a different kind of oasis…
The open road as seen from two slightly bigger wheels, and 171ccs.
This solo cross country journey across the US started June 7th 2016 in San Francisco, CA and finished over 6,000 miles, and five months later, in the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina. For two years I called Asheville, NC home again enjoying everything that magic city has to offer.
From there, I have been in search of the land in which I will finally call home. Can’t say I mind the wait…
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This is my outlet. I hope to continue to grow and cultivate my craft here as I dabble in published works elsewhere.
Speaking of elsewhere:
The Birth Of Your Four-Legged Adventure Mobile
So what is your next adv/journey?
Currently I am working on building the travel fund and am keeping an open eye for what new adventures could lie ahead!
This is a huge dream of mine. I own a Harley Ultra Classic Electra Glide. However I’m dying to cross country on a 150cc. Nobody is adventurous enough to come with me. I’d love to hear more of your stories.
Google Scooter Overland Adventurer Route. Big trips small bikes
It was a memorable adventure for sure! I would say the value added from traveling alone made the adventure that much more amazing, haha.
Google ‘Scooter Overland Adventure Route’
Something my scootouring buddies and I are working on. Should total about 1200 miles over six days. Still a work in progress. 5 of the 6 days we have mapped. Should have the route for day 3 decided by this weekend. Note this is a circular route so a rider could start their tour anywhere and finish at their chosen starting point.