…there are some amazing back roads along the interior of the East Cape, north of San Jose del Cabo. We rode through wide, hard-packed crushed stone. We rode through patches of single-track soft sand. We rode through one lane dirt roads. We crossed dried up river beds. Hardly saw another human after an hour or more of riding, and only stopped for the occasional cow, or horse, in the road.… Read More Dirt Bike Tour of San Jose del Cabo: Round 2
Have you ever thought, man, I need a vacation from my vacation!? Do you come home from a trip away exhausted and depleted, or renewed and refreshed? If the former is true, and you’d rather the latter, it’s time to get mindful about HOW you’re vacationing. … Read More Need a Vacation from Vacation? Try Mindful Vacationing for a Better At-Home Life
I read a statistic recently on a travel group I follow that approximately 60% of United States Citizens do not have passports. Get your passport if you don’t have one! Travel is important, and it’s important to encourage travel and access to it, for everyone. Here’s three spiritual reasons why…… Read More 3 Spiritual Reasons Why We Should All Have Passports
In January I was lucky enough to be back in Todos Santos, and lucky enough that while wasting time scrolling through Facebook (not recommended but sometimes useful) I saw the announcement that Tortugueros Las Playitas A.C. was doing a turtle release that very evening. I showed up about 5 minutes before the designated release time… Read More Saving Baby Turtles with Tortugueros Las Playitas A.C.
We made this! Full instructions for building a platform bed for the back of your Toyota Tacoma.… Read More Making Things! A Platform Bed for our Toyota Tacoma
This short day trip from Scorpion Bay incorporates a little off-road adventure as well as one of Baja’s oldest Missions. If you’re ready to tackle this as we did, we recommend a high-clearance vehicle, and yes – we did use the 4×4 once.… Read More Day Trippin’ from Scorpion Bay: The San Juanico – Comondu – Purisima Loop
Congratulations on hosting your first yoga retreat! Aside from teaching yoga, there are 101 things you’ll need to get organized. Here are the top five things we see retreat hosts forget about most often. Get these items on your to-do list.… Read More Hosting Your First Yoga Retreat? Remember These 5 Things!
We didn’t want to leave Southern Baja, but if we’re going to quit our jobs and come back to Scorpion Bay to stay, we’ll have to go home to Austin and get the dogs anyway. So…back we go to Texas. … Read More Road Trip Log Part Two: The road home from Scorpion Bay to Austin
Blanquita is the name of my truck and man, did she pull through! Here’s the story of our travels from Austin to Southern Baja, accompanied by photos from the road.… Read More Road Trip Log: The Journey from Austin to Southern Baja in Photos
A yoga retreat is a wonderful opportunity to connect with your students in in a way that goes far beyond the 60-minute classes most studios offer. Here are 5 ideas to get you started on theming yoga classes for your retreat.… Read More 5 Ways to Theme your Yoga Retreat