Our Endless Caravan crew, Yellow Co have just wrapped up their second week on tour and first conference in Orange County! From navigating the roads to navigating relationships, Director of Operations Kacy Schlener shares her perspective about what’s important and how to stay focused on who is important. Continue reading to learn a few tips on how to stay connected with family and friends while traveling! At week two of our grand adventure, I find myself riding solo in our Airstream, fondly named “B.” Joanna has temporarily deserted me to go hang out with her husband (I’m fine with it,
Yellow Co. has begun their journey on our Endless Caravan! While making their way cross country for their first conference, the founder Joanna Waterfall shares the reflections she’s had while on the road. Keep reading to hear her reflections on embracing your story and also enjoy an easy, healthy recipe that you can make in your Airstream: The mountains, the desert, the rivers and trees— all of it passing by my window as I lean back in my seat and reflect on how the series of events in my life have all led me to this very moment. I keep
We sought warm weather and boy, did it deliver. After leaving Telluride, we drove straight to Santa Fe, a place neither of us had been before. The sun was setting and the city was glowing – tourists and locals alike were bustling around, shopping, eating and drinking. We fit right in. Some local Mexican fare (cricket tostadas and a margarita) at Sazon, we then dined at The Shed for dinner. Situated right off the main plaza and tucked behind a beautiful courtyard, this colorfully decorated and incredibly crowded restaurant lived up to all its hype. We ate and drank well
Recently, we’ve had a lot of new friends and followers ask us how we are able to afford our lifestyle or, for that matter, maintain any sort of career. Frankly, we are big believers in building relationships with individuals and companies alike. This trip wouldn’t be possible without our partner, Airstream, and the other brands that have signed on to support us. We are incredibly grateful for Burton, who provided us with hard and soft goods to keep us active and warm during our cold adventures, and for Tubbs Snowshoes, for their gear to keep us exploring the untracked backcountry.