So many, they actually love old Bronco’s there which shocked me
It was a long process, but we’re glad to have it done! Supposedly the hardest border crossing on Earth, if we go by what some crazy germans have said.
No kidding we watched while sitting in Cartagena. TOTALLY HOLDS UP after all these years. :-D
Sounds good! Hopefully the new owners have us back. Fingers crossed.
Hopefully it becomes a part of our routine!
Do it, do it. :-)
That’s for sure. Just the hunt for music you can use eats up hours each week on it’s own.
The new locks are massive, but I still love the old ones we saw. It’s hard for me to comprehend that the giant metal doors are still the original. 100 years in Saltwater.... how does that work!
I think we’re getting better/faster at filming although we too often miss something cool.
The editing seems to take the same amount of time, but the quality and know how is increasing. Kelsey is still in for a good 10+ hours per video. Pretty brutal on the road, but being at my parents for a couple weeks has helped us…
Haha! There is an app you can download called DLR and is a sound board of tracks of Dave belting out ear piercing lyrics one by one. You’ll regret downloading it after a minute.
We’d love to buy a fixer upper boat some day and live off the coast of FL. So many dreams, so little time and money.
haven’t been. What’s it like?
No comment. Haha.
No, I was doing all the line pulling. I’ve felt bad since Guatemala! Hahaha
Those are great bikes. A buddy with the mapping company had a wr250r and I was amazed at the miles and abuse he leveled at it. He road it like a GS riding from Utah to Calif and back on dirt and smaller paved roads.
Shit, I went down the rabbit hole!
Bronco is good. Dennis, my cowboy buddy, is selling his 1978 fullsize Bronco (not sure if you remember seeing it in some of my old posts).
Haha!! I told her it’s coming back, but I might go with something different this time.
It’s definitively creepy and awesome all in one. Haha. Kelsey hates it... a LOT