“Where did the dinghy go?”

Our Silly Video Gallery

I've collected a few videos that I've made over the past couple of years.  I can't say they are good or even exciting, but they are fun for me to watch and in the end isn't that what matters?

Road Trip 2012 take 2 (part 2)

Mountain biking and hiking from Arkanas to Maryland. We hit all the major parks along the way including the Smoky Mountains and hiking along the spine of the Appalachians. Let Jordan drag you down the trail along with us.... (take 2 uses a different sound track due to problems with some songs being blocked in the US).

Added: May 30, 2012

Road Trip 2012 (part 1)

Traveling from Mexico to NY and back. This covers Mexico, AZ, NM, TX and OK. Hiking the Gila Forest, Pinetop-Lakeside, Alpine, White Sands New Mexico, Wichata Wildlife Reserve, and more! Don't miss the bonus material from Jordan!

Added: Apr 10, 2012

Don't lift the lid!

What's in your toilet? A Gozilla-Mini-Me?

Added: Nov 26, 2011

Attack in Sayulita

The town came alive during the Revolution Day Parade as everyone re-lived the battle in the streets and groups paraded among the warriors.

Added: Nov 25, 2011

Camping Mount Baker

Hiking near the glaciers and in the forests just north of Mount Baker, WA.

Added: Aug 15, 2010

Southern Olympic Peninsula Rain Forest

We hiked some of the trails and took a few photos to share. You really have to go there to experience it.... So turn off your computer and go.

Added: Aug 14, 2010

Lassen Volcanic Park

This was our summer tour of an amazing park in Northern California - an amazing place!

Added: Aug 13, 2010

Crater Lake and Wason Falls

Foggy, snowy and icy times at Crater Lake July 2010. We also stopped by Watson Falls which fell so far that it was just a spray at the bottom.

Added: Aug 12, 2010

The WAVE Cave

Imagine you're walking the beach and you suddenly hear a roar from a cliff wall. Then as you look into the darkness a large wave crashes and surges through the cave and onto beach. The wave cave is only found in Mexico in a very secret location.

Added: May 10, 2010

Huatulco Tsunami

This is normally a small canal with no water moving at all. When the Tsunami from Chili came the water levels rose and fell 4-5 in this canal multiple times. It hit a max of a 3 foot rise and fall. I captured a little bit of video while the water was draining. Yeah it's boring to watch, but it was running in and out like a river which was a bit nerve wracking because we only have a few feet of depth below our keel. Nearby in the town, many pangas were sunk and a large cruise ship immediately left the dock and headed out for deeper water.

Added: Feb 26, 2010


Ron and Diane from Batwing have been living in sin for too long.  So in the beautiful country of Nicaragua they had a quiet wedding on the beach with their daughter and several friends.  Oh, and by the way Sherrell made the cake (vegan too)!

Added: Jan 23, 2008

Sea of Cortez

Travel north with us in this disjointed and often difficult to follow film as we run north to escape the hurricane belt. We sail from Mazatlan all the way to Bay of LA with photos from many of the areas along the way. There are some really beautiful places in Mexico and this summer trip will probably stay in our memories forever.

Added: Jan 23, 2008

Northern Sea of Cortez

We spent the summer of 2005 hiding from hurricanes in the top of the Sea of Cortez. It worked! We also met great friends and sailed around some of the islands most people never see. Featured here are islands and areas around the Bay of LA (Bahia de Los Angeles).

Added: Jan 22, 2008

Tequila Mexico

The narrator was very sick when this video was slapped together. We took a trip to Tequila Mexico and toured the area including Jose Cuervos factory. The quality of the photos gets a little worse towards the end of the tour. But watch the film just so you can hear the congested narrator try to stumble through the film.

Added: Jan 21, 2008

Attack of Sponge Bob!

In a surreal twist, a traveling carnival came to the tiny village at Bay of LA. The entire family performed like slaves but everyone seemed happy and excited to be there. Where else can you find a father lighting rags on sticks doused with gasoline for his 8 year-old to juggle? This little video was made from some of those photos, in which I wove a much more complex tale than what was presented to us.

Added: Jan 20, 2008