Rand McNally & USA Today present…

About a month ago while still in Korea, we were given the opportunity to submit ourselves to the Rand McNally and USA Today’s best of the road: road rally competition.  At the time, we were extremely busy packing up our lives and preparing ourselves for the big move back to the States.  It wasn’t until about a week ago that […]

Embarking Down the Columbia

As we make the final preparations it’s time to get in the zone. With massive amounts of debris in the river and record flooding the first leg of the journey will be the most dangerous. As we set off past Kettle Falls and down towards the mouth of the Spokane river we need to be wary of confluences and currents […]

AMERICA!

This is an exciting time at Captain & Clark. After two glory laden years we have returned to the golden shores of the US of A. For two months it’s nothing but diversity, rich food, and $4 a gallon.Tawny just touched down in Seattle and I have been stateside for a week now. There’s a lot going on. In exactly […]

Cat Poop Coffee!

Now is your chance to win a bag of Civet Cat Poop Coffee! This month if you A.) like us on FaceBook, B.) post a comment on our website, or C.) make a contribution to our IndieGoGo fund raiser for the Maverick Expedition you will be entered into the competition. Every comment, “like”, and contribution of $10 or more gives […]

Buddha’s Birthday

Last year for Buddha’s birthday the boy and I flew to Thailand to receive our sak yants and stuff our faces with pad thai.  We decided to stay a more traditional (and financially safe) route this time around and rented a car with some great friends and explored Korea.  We drove a few hours outside of Pohang to Cheongju, located […]

Wandering Wednesday

Wandering Wednesdays This week’s Wandering Wednesday comes from Hong Kong. Back in 2006 I had the chance to circumnavigate the globe on two different sailing vessels. The first was the illustrious SV Robert C. Seamans… which is an unfortunate name for a ship. The second one was the MV Explorer which was more of a floating fortress than a vessel. […]

The Latest Maverick Expedition

The travel rock star Joshy Washington, founder of MatadorTv.com has put up a little link on his site for us. A gentleman and a scholar for sure. He also hosts the Fort Knox of travel information. For any one who has a love of travel and hasn’t found MatadorTv.com then you need to get on it. You can start by […]

Join us down the Columbia

“A Journey Down the Columbia by Sail Kayak” Father and Son prepare to travel by sail kayak down the Columbia river from the Canadian Border to the Pacific Ocean This June Captain Chris Staudinger, an adventure documentary film-maker, and his father Michael will embark on a journey that follows the length of the Columbia River. They will be spending ten […]