5000 miles later

Oh hey! Anybody still out there? Is this thing on?

If you’re still hanging around waiting for an update, we have good news, because here it is! It will, however, not be thorough, comprehensive, deep or filled with lovely photos, which may come as a disappointment. We have found it too much of a joy to refocus our blog related efforts towards things like fixing the bus and driving.

Our Instagram account is still rocking and a rolling, making it the best place to see what’s really going on with Vicaribus and the Passengers.

Since we last spoke, we spent nearly 2 months in California, with impromptu last minute trips to Las Vegas and Hawaii.

California had its moments, but honestly was not or favorite with the high prices, lack of dog-friendliness and lack of bus-friendly roads.

We did get to spend a lot of time with a lot of different folks while in Califonia and since, so that was nice.

After California, we booked it east to Atlanta in a highway-filled seven days to spend Thanksgiving with some family and friends.

Following Atlanta, we made our way down to Florida where we will spend the winter (except for a week in Virginia and all of February in Bali).

As we write this, we sit at Curry Hammock State Park in the Florida Keys, where we will spend the next two weeks.

Merry Christmas to all and to all expect another update sometime in 2019!

As a parting gift, here are our latest stats.


Days on the road
Miles (driven, not the dog) – 62.5 per day
Number of places we stayed – 1.84 nights per spot
Total gallons of diesel (9.1 Avg MPG)
Total $ diesel – 22 per day
Number of vehicles passed – 0.3 per day