One dog, two digital nomads, and the Pan-American Highway.

Join us.

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El Perro Tambien.

Because travel just isn't the same if you leave your best friend behind.

It's not just us. It's "the dog as well."


We'll spend the next few years exploring the Americas while working remotely. 

Turtle the car will carry us through the US and down the Pan-American highway to Panama and beyond.

Our dog Barley is along for the whole ride. His job is to make our photos look better and keep our car properly muddy.

Want to learn to travel internationally with your dog? Join us!

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We'll Show You How We Do It, Every Step of the Way

You can count on us to keep you up-to-date on all of the nitty-gritty details of our trip. Stay tuned for live updates on our expenses, jobs, international border crossing, food adventures, and lots of rock climbing.

We'll share the good, the bad, and the ugly of our trip in (potentially) excruciating detail - all so you can follow in our pawprints.



You can read through our budget projections, our actual income from our jobs, and all of the nitty-gritty finances of actually traveling full-time.

Check It Out

Explore all of our financial information, live-linked to our actual budget on Google Spreadsheets.

Show Me The Money


You'll see our route, read about border crossing, and get a heads-up about hidden gems (and probably a few places to avoid).

Planning It All

Explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of bringing your dog on an international road trip.

See Our Plans

Remote Work

How do you land this sort of gig? You'll learn how a political science major and biologist make it work while still dealing with student loans.

You Can Do It, Too

Andrew's job already allowed him to work remotely. How does Kayla (an animal trainer) do it?

Where To Find Work?

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