Archive for the ‘Expedition Vehicles’ Category

Steph Hits The News Again – Twice In One Day

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Steph is in the news again. This time twice in the same day. First, in a story in MSN Money: Second, in a story on FoxNews: The Fox story included a link to our Travel web site,, which was nice of them to include. I haven't checked the traffic levels ...

Expedition Detritus

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

Much to the chagrin of my long-suffering wife, I’m a bit of a pack rat, as well as a horizontal filer. What that translates into is an office that inevitably evolves into stacks of material covering every horizontal surface. To my wife’s and others amazement, I can locate the correct strata of ...

Truck Camper Magazine Interview – Part Two

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Part two of our interview by Truck Camper Magazine is here: .

Five Star Happy Campers

Monday, August 17th, 2009

While unpacking the Fuso after its arrival from South America we found a few pounds of white powder. We were not amused. Click here for the rest of the story: .

The Fuso Stuff

Monday, August 17th, 2009

We've been asked more than once what we carried on the Fuso in its 10,000 liters of locking storage space. Since we loaded it as we built it, and started ejecting stuff off of it immediately after pulling out, we didn't really have a good answer to that question. Until ...

Truck Camper Magazine Interview – Part One

Monday, August 17th, 2009

We were recently interviewed by Truck Camper Magazine. The interview is here: .

The Circle of Trust

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

OK, so it's been a while... Four months, in fact. It’s been almost exactly four months since we handed over the keys and paperwork to ship our Fuso from Guayaquil, Ecuador to Long Beach, California. I know what you're thinking, "What could possibly take four months to ship an expedition vehicle from one ...

Just Another Day on the Road

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

  The day started like any other day out here. We got up, got around, had some coffee, tea and toast, and started out again, following our noses around Ecuador. Click here for the rest of the story: .

Fuso Footprint

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

It was pointed out on a forum I participate in that while I am advocating conservation and energy independence, we live in a vehicle that is not all that fuel effecient. I took that as a valid observation and decided to compare our current and previous lifestyles in the current energy ...


Thursday, October 30th, 2008

  Hello, my name is Doug, and I am a stuff-o-holic. Click here for the rest of the story: .