An Alaskan road trip with the Fishhook Fatties
Low deserts and high peaks. Sand and snow.
Lisa Morris compiles an extensive list of resources for women riders. And it is a big list.
Dusty roads and rusty metal in one of the West’s most rugged landscapes.
Exploring the monuments and arches of the high desert.
Nailing my knickers to the ceiling and putting dirt road demons to bed
Through a portal and into the age-old Guatemalan city of Antigua
A footslog not for the faint hearted
On the shores of one of South America’s most enchanted lakes.
Jason and Lisa explore the Amazon Basin.
Lisa and Jason continue to work their way north. Never missing an opportunity to see the world’s most amazing sights.
Traveling the extreme expanse of the Atacama.
Lisa and Jason hitched a ride on a cargo ship and sailed nearly 7,000 nautical miles just to get to the start of their motorcycle journey.
The Two Wheeled Nomads traverse the famous Camino a las Yungas.
Lisa and Jason of Two Wheeled Nomad explore the remote corners of South America.
Lisa and Jason of Two Wheeled Nomad explore the most remote continent.
In this installment of Two Wheeled Nomad, Lisa Morris takes us to the Atacama.
In the fall of 2014, I wrote a small review of an upstart web and app-based travel resource called iOverlander. At the time it had equal potential to be a runaway success, or just one of a million great ideas to vanish into the cyber-ether. Three years later, the iOverlander platform is a proven winner with many of the most…
Where the city ends, Juneau Icefield in Southeast Alaska begins—and keeps going. Undeniably, its centerpiece is Mendenhall Glacier, one of the world’s most accessible. And the one we planned to make a self-guided trip and camp overnight upon in springtime. Just 12 miles from downtown and then a 4.5-mile moderate hike—steep and slippery in part—through undulating forest. Or, an hour’s…
Words by Lisa Morris, Photos by Jason Spafford Light isn’t something you can hold. You can’t touch it, or feel it – it lacks physicality yet bears a presence. So to take pleasing pictures, you need to start treating light as the subject – a shape-shifting object with the power to make or break the ambience. What’s stirring in one…