~ Welcome to our blog!


Welcome to our new travel blog!  We’ve rented the house, sold a bunch of our crap, and bought one-way plane tickets … heading West … with no return date planned.  Hopefully we don’t get into a huge fight, decide we hate each other & will last more than a couple of weeks abroad.

It’s a big world, and we’d like to see as much of it as possible before we get too old and broken down to enjoy the more difficult sides of traveling.  We’re starting our blind wonderings on October 31, 2018, a meaningful date beyond our anniversary, with a 5 day stop-over in Tahiti before landing in New Zealand.

Because the writing genes have been almost exclusively dominated by Chris’s sister, leaving us with the vaguest ability to translate thoughts to keyboard, this blog will be rarely updated in writing.  Translation: writing hurts our head’s.  We’ll definitely update with pictures often though!!

So … in the words of A.P.W.B.D., “Let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.“

Chris & Angela


Due to family reasons, and an unexpected need for knee surgery, we were forced to return to the USA after only 5 months on the road. But now with a fresh set of perspective, and a brand spankin’ new knee ligament, we’re off with one-way tickets to experience Planet Earth again. First stop … the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France! Come on you Khaleesi’s!!!


Due to obvious reasons, but on strong, fully healed knees, we were forced to return to the USA after only 10 months on the road. But with a fresh set of perspective, and on continued healthy knees, we’re settling into a Spring and Summer packed full of self-isolating hobbies and socially distanced activities in the good ole’ US of A! Come on you Vaccines!!!


After two long years of COVID inspired, socially distanced domestic activities, we’ve finally ventured across international borders again. In what hopefully will turn into a regular tradition, we’ve purchased tickets for the 2023 Women’s World Cup of Soccer, this time in New Zealand and Australia. We’re destined to return to the USA after a paltry few months this time, but the change of scenery and perspective will certainly be good for the soul!