Who Are We?


We are a wanderlusty family of three…four, if you count our dog, Archie, who comes with us wherever we go. Bipedal members of the family include me, Renee; my husband, Mark; and our now-11-year-old daughter, Scout.

RENEE, originally from the Bay Area (California), is a writer, photographer, editor, and wrangler of dogs and children. Well, one dog and one child, but often it seems like more.

MARK, originally from New Orleans, is a freaky talented eBook designer.

SCOUT, originally from Seattle, is a friendly, brainy, chatty, roadschooling foodie who plans to be a writer and ecologist when she grows up.

ARCHIE, originally from Maine, is a happy, snugly, ferocious, mime-fearing, ball-loving Jack Russell Terrier whose hilarious antics keep us in stitches.


Before Scout was born, Mark and I spent six blissful months roaming around SE Asia & Australia. It was wonderful. By the time Scout arrived, about five months after we got back, we knew we wanted to travel the world as a family.

But as so often happens, life got in the way.

Mark brought home most of the bacon, and his work as a print- and digital-publishing executive wasn’t portable.

Time passed. We moved from Seattle to Vancouver, fell in love with Canada and applied for residency and later citizenship. This involved years of…waiting.

Life was comfortable but not inspiring. We took three-week holidays to Thailand and Costa Rica, but it wasn’t enough, not by a long shot. Mark was gone at work all day. I homeschooled Scout and waited passively for some catalyst that would lead to a travel life.

It was all so frustrating. Like we’d stepped in tar, and couldn’t get the sticky mess off our shoes. Mark and I talked about RVing around Europe but wondered how to fund such an adventure.

One day, in the blink of an eye, Scout turned nine, and that’s when it hit us. We were going to miss our window with her. Soon she would be grown and gone. There’d be no extended family travel. We’d be parents who talked endlessly about a dream but never did a thing about it.

What kind of lesson is that?!?


Our Canadian citizenship came through a few months later, and we realized it was now or never.

After a couple months of what could loosely be termed “planning,” we bought a (very) used RV online from an Amsterdam dealer. I scrambled to figure out how to get Archie safely to Europe. We sold our Vancouver condo and all the stuff in it. We tried to sell our car but couldn’t, so we garaged it. We shoved our few remaining boxes in a friend’s basement, and a few months later, we were flying over the Atlantic.

For the next year we toured Europe and Turkey. Scout, a bright kid and huge foodie, soaked up geography, history, food, and languages. We met amazing people. We saw amazing things. We all fell in love with Turkey. It was the best year of our lives.

We drove 23,000 kilometers in that old rig. The trip was exhausting and exhilarating. We felt alive. The year flew by. Nobody missed owning a home, being weighed down by possessions, or having a permanent address. We enjoyed being together all day, functioning as a true team. We realized we didn’t want to stop traveling. Ever.

See, that’s the thing. Once you plunge down the rabbit hole and begin living a life you enjoy, there’s no going back.

After a year, we returned to beautiful Canada. After a long and lovely stay, we tossed our boxes into the car, semi-politely ignored all the naysayers, and drove ourselves to Mexico.

That’s where we are now.


Our goal for this year is language immersion for Scout. We want her to become fluent in two more languages, so we’ll stay in Latin America long enough for her to learn Spanish. She’s currently enrolled in a local Mexican school, while Mark and I are spending our days working on our business, eBook DesignWorks. After that, who knows.

I’ve promised Scout that once she’s proficient in Spanish, we’ll take her to visit the Galapagos Islands, and then head to Spain to walk the Camino de Santiago together. Or we might explore South America. Or head back to SE Asia. Or return to Turkey. Or, if business remains good, touch down in Europe. (I do miss France…)

Anything is possible, and I love that.


Thanks for taking the time to drop by RambleCrunch and for keeping us company on our adventures.

We love hearing from readers. If you’re so inclined, please leave a comment on a post or two, so we know we know you’re there. You’ll absolutely make our day.

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1 Tanya Fairweather June 14, 2011 at 3:46 am

My first time ever visiting a blog and I am posting a comment too! We miss you Renee, Mark, Scout and Archie. I am so happt to see Archie alive and well, I was worried about him on the plane. Keep up the great work and don’t forget if you ever want to come home just tap those red heels together. TF


2 Renee June 15, 2011 at 8:18 am

Oh my God, Tanya, you’ve posted on a blog. I’m honored! It’s shocking to me that this is your first blog visit, but then that’s why you’re a doctor and I’m not. 😉 Yes, I was really worried about Archie’s trip, but everything worked out just fine. I’m writing a post about that now. Keep checking back, ok? This is the best way to keep in touch. Our internet has been so spotty, that whenever I get online, I go straight for the blog. We miss you guys.


3 Clélie June 14, 2011 at 11:09 pm

Hey … nice to see your faces again. Scout looks taller! I shall keep up with you here.


4 Renee June 15, 2011 at 7:52 am

Guten tag, Clélie! Thanks for stopping by. This is definitely the best place to keep up with us. Yes, Scout is growing up fast!


5 Maria D'Antoni June 17, 2011 at 2:58 am

Renee, Mark and Scout.
How fun to be able to follow your adventure. Thanks for sharing. I look forward to the journey!



6 Renee June 17, 2011 at 5:44 am

Cheers, Maria!


7 David Gren June 27, 2011 at 11:33 am

Hi Ya’ll,
Thanks for the link to the blog. Travel safe and have fun,
We just made an urgent trip back to Alabama for my mother’s funeral. We are off today to see Lyndajo’s father who is also not well.
It would be nice to be traveling for other reasons.

Taks care,


8 Renee June 28, 2011 at 7:07 am

Thanks for taking the time to stop by the blog.

We’re sorry to hear about your mom and LJ’s dad. Safe travels to you both.


9 Boyink July 7, 2011 at 9:56 pm

Sounds like a similar story on a different continent..;)

We’re 8 mos into a proposed year traveling by RV in the USA. Currently having a bummer day waiting for some repair work to be done. But it is always an adventure..;)



10 Renee July 9, 2011 at 9:14 am

That’s brilliant. Thanks for stopping by. It’s nice to connect with similarly minded families. We’re only two and a half months in so far…

What’s wrong with your rig? A couple weeks ago we broke down in the Swiss Alps. Not fun, but it could have been way worse, and as you say, it’s all part of the adventure. 🙂


11 Amy July 18, 2011 at 4:41 pm

I love the description you gave about your family vision. This is something we are trying to do as well, live a simpler more meaningful life without all of the material possessions tying us down.
Right now we are in the process of trying to sell our house in BC, trying to remain optimistic in this down-turned market. Once the house sells we plan to travel around Asia with our children and we hope to be able to turn our two year trip into a lifestyle. We have really started to question all of societies rolls we have embraced and we are answering the question “What is important to US?”
Glad to have found another family on a similar path. Looking forward to following on your adventures.


12 Renee July 19, 2011 at 9:04 pm

Thanks so much, Amy. I tell you, I’ve felt better without all the stuff we used to have. Getting rid of it was messy and awful, truly, but now that it’s done, life is definitely easier. We want to continue living simply when this European leg of our new life is over, whether we continue to travel or live somewhere as expats or whatever. My husband and I will finally have some time to think about our next step while we take some down time in Croatia and Turkey over the next few months.

It’s tough to wait for a house sale, but good luck. You just need that one buyer. By the way, I thought it was a great idea to mention it on the fb group. And I’m in awe that you’re able to keep it in show-able condition with two little poppets running around! Well done.


13 Danial Shah August 28, 2011 at 8:52 am

Looking forward to your adventures 🙂 Do visit South Asia as well 🙂


14 Renee August 28, 2011 at 9:02 am

Thanks, Danial! We’d love to see India and Pakistan, but I’m afraid we can’t manage it on this trip. Hopefully next time.


15 Rebeca September 5, 2011 at 11:11 pm

Sounds like a great plan, and similar to what we’re in the beginning stages of… a year (or so) or slow travel, hopefully ending in us figuring out where on the planet we’d like to settle down. 


16 Renee September 9, 2011 at 7:41 am


Terrific! Where are you thinking of traveling?

I’m chuckling at your notion of figuring out “where on the planet to settle.” Good luck with that. Personally, I’ve never been able to answer that question and have come to realize that some of us are just gypsies at heart. Sounds like you too, perhaps? 🙂


17 Rebeca September 9, 2011 at 5:36 pm

We’re not sure yet… have a bunch of places in mind, but are going to set out and be flexible as we go. Mostly going to places we already know someone or have a connection. We shall see! 


18 Renee September 10, 2011 at 7:08 am

Do you have a particular continent in mind?


19 soultravelers3 September 7, 2011 at 5:50 pm

Good for you! We have a lot in common as we are a family that has been traveling the world non-stop since 2006 ( 43 countries on 5 continents so far on $23/day per person with no plans to stop) and blogging, Youtubing our experiences as we go.

  We adore RVing Europe ( writing this from a campground in Barcelona). We’re pioneers in the minimalist, globally nomadic, world schooling realm ( case studies in 4HWW etc) and are convinced this is the way to live and educate a child. 😉 We love CTY and Kahn too!

A year goes by very fast and it will change you..enjoy the adventure!! Our daughters are the same age, so it would be fun to connect sometime ( we do winters in tropical Asia for her Mandarin, but come back to Europe in the good weather for her Spanish and French plus our dear friends here).

If you need ideas for good campsites, we try to list all the ones we go to on our blog and I will make e-book of them this winter…we’ve found some real winners, so have road tripping Europe down to an art form now. 😉 Hope it can help!


20 Renee September 9, 2011 at 7:59 am

Thanks for the comment.

After six years I can imagine you do have European camping down to an art form. It frustrates me that after learning so much about good campsites (and not-so-good ones) that we won’t be able to pass back through and take advantage of our knowledge and experience.

I think we’re going to extend for a few months in either Turkey or Croatia. That means we’ll probably pass through France and Spain around Feb & March. Sounds like that might be a bit early for you, but if you’re there, we’d enjoying connecting with you guys.

We’re heading to Greece next. Any campgrounds there you’d recommend? We’ve found some, but I’m wondering if we’ll need to do a little freecamping as well. Did you take your rig with you to the islands?


21 Mark November 11, 2011 at 10:17 am

I’m 7 weeks into an 8 month sabbatical in the Fethiye region of Turkey. Opted for a fixed abode as doing this on my own but in reality you’re living my dream, enjoy!


22 Renee November 18, 2011 at 10:32 am

Thanks, Mark.

Isn’t this a beautiful area? As for the fixed abode, I think it sounds great. We’ve enjoyed seeing as much as we have, but by the same token you can’t beat settling into a place. Where are you living?


23 Mark January 19, 2012 at 4:01 pm

Apologies, I didn’t see the question you posted! I am in Calis Beach (just outside Fethiye for anyone not local). I have actually cut my sabbatical short as far as Turkey is concerned, am heading back to the UK at the end of Feb (so had 5 months here) then off to Jamaica for a beach bum holiday before returning to work in April.

Not sure if I saw you today, was passed by a Ford Transit motorhome headed towards Dalaman about 2pm? Anyway, safe onward journey & look forward to the next blog.


24 Renee January 21, 2012 at 2:52 pm

Cheers, Mark. No, that wasn’t us. Thanks for your good wishes.


25 Yvonne Alpan November 11, 2011 at 1:04 pm

Good luck with your adventures your so right life is for living I have now settled here in Turkey  not far from where you are now Gocek. Wishing you all the best with your journey will try and follow your blog.


26 Renee November 18, 2011 at 10:51 am

Thanks, Yvonne!


27 Jessica January 5, 2012 at 12:14 am

So excited to find your blog! We are setting out on a similar US based journey this year, but I would love to do the same in Europe. Can’t wait to read more!


28 Sandra Griffith March 25, 2012 at 5:21 pm

Wow, we will be going on the same journey as you a year later! In May 2012 we are flying into Amsterdam to spend a year in Europe! We would like to get a camper van. Do you have any leads or ideas? I will continue reading your site but am excited another couple from Vancouver has done what we plan to do in less than two months!


29 Duane March 26, 2012 at 3:15 am

Hello Renee,
First time visiting your blog…we actually met at The Alhambra in Grenada. Great to meet you guys! Safe travels. Duane, Kim and Sydney


30 Living Outside of the Box August 15, 2012 at 1:59 am

p.s. You’re a great writer 🙂


31 Sarah D November 20, 2012 at 10:04 am

Hey Renee,

I’m a single mom living in Vancouver and dreaming about doing a year-long van trip with my son in a couple of years. I just found my way to your blog but I can already tell that I’m going to love it!


32 Renee November 20, 2012 at 10:28 am

Sarah, that’s great! I’m glad you’re here. Where are you thinking about going?


33 Sarah D November 20, 2012 at 12:55 pm

I was actually thinking of buying a van in Europe (I figured I might have the easiest time of it there) and then heading eastward. That would probably not happen until 2015, though. In the short term we’re planning on doing a month-long trip in either Peru/Bolivia or Southeast Asia this spring. Would you recommend one over the other for traveling to with a child (4 year old)? I’ve spent a fair bit of time in Central America but never been to Asia…


34 Renee November 20, 2012 at 1:37 pm

Sarah, what wonderful plans.

It’s hard to say about SE Asia versus Peru/Bolivia, because I’ve never been to Peru or Bolivia. However SE Asia in one of my favorite parts of the planet. The food is amazing. The people are friendly and they adore little kids. It’s super cheap. You’d certainly have fun there.


35 Mo' Money Mo' Houses November 22, 2012 at 12:19 am

I am absolutely in love with your blog Renee and Mark! And I know lots of people at the GS are too. Great job! Keep the posts comin’ 🙂


36 Mark November 22, 2012 at 9:33 am

J- so glad you are enjoying the blog. Renee is a great writer (IMHO) and I’m glad she can write more now that we’re settled here in Mexico for a while. Say hi to all my GS friends. I am keeping an eye open for the new site.


37 Tony@YODTO December 7, 2012 at 12:29 pm

Love it!!!

We are absolutely on a journey together; albeit different ones. Very inspiring stuff. I am following along!


38 Mandy @MoneyMasterMom December 12, 2012 at 7:53 pm

MoMoneyMoHouses introduced me to your blog in a comment on my blog. Does that make sense? Anyway, my first feeling was a little jealousy, my second thought was inspiration. I could do this too. I think I`ll stick with feeling number 2


39 Travel with Bender (Erin) December 17, 2012 at 4:31 pm

As requested here I am! 🙂 Reading through your blog now as we think of heading to Mexico in the new year… Thanks for all your info and sharing. Hope to meet you along the way!


40 Renee December 17, 2012 at 8:23 pm

Absolutely. We must connect while you’re here. 🙂


41 Brad Bianchi December 18, 2012 at 12:47 am

Thank you for sharing your experiences. I would love to live the life your family is living. First curiosity is the Lake Chapala area. Would you recommend it for a family for perhaps a five year stay? Our children are age 12 and 5. Any bad experiences with crime?


42 Renee December 24, 2012 at 12:25 pm

Hi, Brad. No, no problems at all. This area is low key. I overhear someone complaining about a residential burglary from time to time, but that happens everywhere.

This is an interesting area. It’s definitely saturated with gringo retirees. But if you speak Spanish (or make an effort to learn) you can connect with many wonderful Mexican families. The school my daughter started a couple weeks ago is amazing. It would be wonderful for your 5 year old. What are your educational plans? Are the kids homeschooling or are you planning a school-immersion experience?



43 thegoodshufu December 29, 2012 at 8:23 pm

Hi Renne,

Was going to post you a response on my blog, following your comment, but wanted to take a look around here and then leave you a note. What a great story you have! It’s so funny to me to connect with people who have global lifestyles by choice, because I fell into mine with hands over eyes, peeking through my fingers in terror and trepidation! If I hadn’t fallen head-over-heels with a Japanese salaryman, I would have never moved from Boston! So I admire your adventurousness!

I think you also have a great potential marketing opportunity with the homeschool community for your book. Don’t know what stage you are at with it or whether you even want to try to publish it through the old-school route, but if you do and you need to write a proposal to pitch to agents/editors, I think you could make a really strong case that this is one market segment who would be really interested in your book. And they are a huge market segment, as far as I know, in terms of numbers, in the US at least. (I know you’re from Canada now.) In my proposal, I targeted both the expat and the infertility communities as my main market segments, who together come to millions and millions of potential readers, and I know that was at least part of the reason Penguin/Putnam was willing to take a change on me, even though this is my first book!

Anyway, looking forward to staying connected and following each others’ stories.

Sending you all my best from rainy, cold Osaka!



44 Becky March 6, 2013 at 6:18 am

Excellent!!! I am green with envy, and hoping we can do the same sometime before our kids grow up:). I’m so excited to follow your journey!!!! The Galapagos are AMAZING. I didn’t want to sleep the whole time I was there, for fear of missing something. I think it might be the most beautiful place on the planet (if you love animals:).


45 Renee March 6, 2013 at 1:17 pm

Becky, thanks. We are dying to see the Galapagos. I’ve told my daughter we’d take her as soon as shes fluent in Spanish. A little incentive never hurts! Fingers crossed we’ll get there next year.


46 Alyson March 6, 2013 at 12:28 pm

Hello! You got my attention over on Facebook so I thought I’d check out this blog that has ” nothing inspiring to say”. Well I’m inspired! Actually I was already inspired, we’re leaving with our 2 boys ( 6 and 8) in just over 4 months, first stop Malaysia. You’re right, kids are only kids once, they won’t want to know us soon enough. I’m really liking the idea of Turkey, surprisingly ( for a Brit that has travelled like crazy) I’ve never been. Off to read your stuff! Alyson


47 Renee March 6, 2013 at 1:16 pm

Hi, Alyson! Where are you living in the UK exactly? Your boys are going to have a wonderful time…I think 6 and 8 are such wonderful ages to travel. Malaysia is a great place to start. We’ve never been there, though we’ve explored a lot of SE Asia and I aspire to eat in Penang. And Turkey. Wow, I can’t say enough. My daughter wanted to stay and do Turkish language immersion, though I negotiated Spanish, a more widely used language, first. We can’t wait to go back. Hopefully in a few years.

Thanks for dropping by. I’ll head over to your blog as well! 🙂


48 Margaret Gonzalez September 7, 2013 at 7:34 am

Hi Renee, thanks for sharing your inspirational journey! I have a 13 year old daughter and I think it would be a lovely opportunity to travel abroad with her. She loves to travel as much as I do and I think we might plan a trip to Lake Chapala this Christmas who knows from there…


49 Jojo September 9, 2013 at 8:09 pm

So glad I stumbled into your blog last night and have been reading it every chance I got today!

I am preparing for a change in lifestyle for me and hubby and in one year. We’re a bit older (I’m 46, hubby 52), but glad we ‘woke up’ early enough to realize we can leave our corporate jobs and take this opportunity to really enjoy the life!

Very inspired by your blog and please keep it coming. I do need as much info as I can on all these wonderful places you have gone and been going!


50 Be In The Picture Blog September 20, 2013 at 8:18 am

Hi Renee–Love your writing! We’re planning to move to Mexico with our kids, now 14 and 15, and finish schooling online. That part’s still fuzzy. I’m going to read through your other posts for some schooling ideas and hopefully we can connect further!


51 Heidi @WagonersAbroad November 7, 2013 at 9:31 am

You guys look like our kind of family. If you make it back to Spain before Summer 2014 look us up, otherwise maybe we will see you in SE Asia. 🙂


52 Renee November 7, 2013 at 9:51 am

Heidi, will do! 🙂


53 carol stilwell December 21, 2013 at 4:49 pm

I too, never have done a blog. Will you answer me at my email account? I hope so, because I am not sure I can get back here………….my question: we would love to come to Mexico (Lake Chapala), but, have Tavvi2. How the heck do you travel with a dog? Is flying hard on a dog. Our Tavvi2 is 9 or 11?? Rescue dog. What wonderful sites you have; and, a wonderful life!


54 Josh December 27, 2013 at 11:55 pm

Ok, so it’s official… We are in love with your family! Your sense of willingness astounds us!

So, we have been talking about doing the same thing. However, you have 1.5 tag alongs… we have 3. 6,4, and 2!!! All boys. We also hear that clock ticking… incessantly!!! Any advice?


55 Mishele @ Thewildsmithberrys.com January 15, 2014 at 1:26 pm

Hello! We were in the same place (mentally) you were when we decided to pack our suitcases and travel. I had grown up overseas and wanted our boys to have the same experience. We traveled for three years around Europe and Costa Rica. We are currently exploring the Northwest US before deciding where to head out next. We are thinking about packing up the RV. I hope our paths cross someday!


56 Renee January 17, 2014 at 9:17 am

Hi, Mishele. Thanks for getting in touch. Growing up oversees is such a gift; how wonderful that you’re now sharing that experience with your boys. Will you be coming to Mexico? If so, I hope you’ll pay us a visit. We’re enjoying it here, especially since we moved to Morelia, and plan to stay for another 6 months at least. After that, who knows. We’re missing Europe, turkey, and Thailand.


57 Lynne Martin January 20, 2014 at 5:39 pm

Hi! A reader sent me your link. We LOVE what you are doing! My book, Home Free Anywhere, published by Sourcebooks, will appear April 15. We are MUCH older, but have been on the road for three years and counting! Good for you! We’ll watch you gleefully!

Lynne and Tim Martin


58 Renee January 21, 2014 at 8:45 am

Thanks Lynne. Good luck with the book.


59 Brian January 21, 2014 at 11:31 am

I lived for 8 years on 24th and Broadway in (Golden Hill) San Diego, just down the street from where Gregory Peck lived during high school. Harper Lee was a true artist and Peck was made for that role; class, elegance and dignity. I always wanted a daughter I could name Scout. You guys are lucky.


60 Renee January 21, 2014 at 12:40 pm

That is so kind, Brian, thank you. I never knew GP grew up in San Diego!


61 Gene February 25, 2014 at 7:33 pm

Hi, I just bought your ebook and awaiting paypal approval to get it. But I only learned today that I will have to take my adored shnoodle with me to live in Brussels. I leave in two weeks from Toronto on Jetair. (My ex can no longer keep her –so there’s no option at all.) I am worried sick about her, so many sites warn how terrifying, traumatic, dangerous flying is for a dog, (especially one who has never seen the inside of a crate and is real scaredy-cat). I hear sedation is out (although I think I’ll need it for me!) Can any people who have flown their dogs across the pond reassure me that we’ll both survive without major traumas –is it as bad as they say?


62 Liana Beatty April 22, 2014 at 4:17 am

My husband and I currently live in Hawaii and we are planning our next adventure. We too travel with our dog, and we are considering moving to Mexico to finally become fluent in Spanish. Like you, we are constantly coming up with new places we want to visit or live, and we wonder how we will ever fit in all that we want to do in life.
Your blog is inspiring. I was trying to do some internet research in the hopes that I would make up my mind about whether Spain or Mexico would be the best move for us. This isn’t the first time we’ve talked about moving to Mexico, but the last time we let everyone’s warnings and nay-saying talk us out of it. I have much more research to do but your article (along with the cost, the ability to drive there from NJ, and the opportunity to get teaching jobs) definitely pushed me toward choosing Mexico. Happy travels!


63 Doris Gamelin April 29, 2014 at 1:38 pm

Love your blog and you spirit of adventure! My kind of people. A question for you re: European travel in an rv. We have enjoyed seeing the USA in a small Roadtrek Sprinter for several years and are now planning on renting a similar rv in Germany next summer. I lived in Europe for 5 years and am returning as a retiree to travel the backroads and reminisce a bit. Has it been difficult finding overnight parking? We have purchased “CamperStop Europe” which should help, but your first-hand comments would be appreciated. In the meantime, we leave next week for Peru and Ecuador. The clock is ticking and there is still so much to experience. Happy Travels!


64 Marisol May 14, 2014 at 9:25 am

I just stumbled on your blog. My parents are from Morelia and I have tons of family there. Thanks for sharing your adventures. Makes me want to visit Mexico again soon.


65 Renee May 16, 2014 at 3:22 pm

Morelia is a wonderful city, isn’t it. Thanks for commenting, Marisol! 🙂


66 Sandy Bennion March 6, 2015 at 10:32 pm

Hi there, so exciting to read about your family travels. We are a family of seven who currently are traveling all over the United States. We are hoping to RV around Europe this coming year. Could you tell us the name of the dealer that you bought your RV from ? Sounds like you bought it in Europe. Also, is there a network of RV sites in Europe similar to thousand trails or passport america in the U.S. Thank you in advance for any information. Though it was fun that you are from CA , both my husband and I are from there too.


67 sabretoothed chickens July 30, 2015 at 7:01 pm

Hello Renee, Mark and Scout;
We too are a family that loves being together, growing together, travelling and blogging. We would love to meet you guys on the road or you are welcome at our humble home in Perth, Australia.
Wonderful to read your blog and feel like we know you.
Prunella and family 🙂


68 Renee August 12, 2015 at 10:54 am

Hi, Prunella. Thank you so much. We’d love to meet you all, though unfortunately with Archie in tow, we won’t be getting to Oz any time soon. Let us know if you have any off-island trips planned…maybe we can connect.


69 Christy August 6, 2015 at 8:35 pm

Thank you so much for your posts. I so appreciate your adventures. We just got back from Baja and can’t wait to retire in Mexico. We are a family of 6 and deep down would love to travel with our kids. For now, we relic our dream of retiring in Mexico in 9 yrs. I’m thrilled I came across your site. I love Scout and think she is awesome!!


70 Renee August 12, 2015 at 10:48 am

Thanks, Christy!


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