Spent the Winter living in a vehicle in Hawaii to learn how to surf and get these desert rats more comfortable in the water. Downfall, stolen camera gear.
Adopted Captain Kai from the Humane Society.
2016 February 9
Venture Lives is now an LLC
Featured on Average Joe Tube & Sail Loot
Sponsorship for "Silent Wind" wind generator. We call it "Blue Bird"
Sponsored by Unforgettable Fire LLC, for our Kimberly Wood Stove installation on our sailboat. Episode 15
Megan's first article published in Last Frontier magazine. We're Mad...
Sponsored by Sailrite and made a fully enclosed cockpit cover. See Episode 12 & Episode 13
2015 June 30
Our first glacial travel on a sailboat. See the Tracy's Arm video. Episode 6
2015 June 1
Turning Point is our only home. No more apartments!
2015 May 22-25
Our first multi day trip: Juneau, AK to Nekka Hotsprings near Hoonah, AK (about 200 nautical miles). Episode 4
2015 April 18
Megan and Rob learn a good lesson the hard way. "When all hell breaks loose, point the boat into the wind and drop the sails." Click here for the story.
2015 April 17
First overnight Anchorage. "Sunny Cove" by Takku Glacier. Up every moment of the night afraid we were going to wash ashore even though we had 2 anchor alarms set. Episode 2
2015 April 11
First time taking Turning Point out of the slip.
2015 April 10
SV "Turning Point" is officially ours! Papers complete! Past owner was out of town, so he just had us break the deadbolt. Breaking and entering into our first sailboat felt epic.
Rob moves to Juneau, Alaska
Megan moves to Juneau, Alaska
Some members of the Walla Walla Yacht club, on the Columbia River, let Megan and Rob come aboard a couple of their sailboats.
Megan & Rob trying to find a way to execute their sailing Alaska plans.
Megan hiked 1300 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail raising money for Multiple Sclerosis.
While sitting in the Wallowa Wilderness in Oregon, Rob and Megan came up with the idea to move up to Alaska, live on a sailboat, learn how to sail, and take it around the world.
Rob discovers Mark Schrader's adventure around the Americas with Ocean Watch.