We’ve partnered with travel and travel-related businesses large and small, including Alamo Rent A Car, Heat Holders,, KOA, Natural Life, Neuman Hotel Group, Oregami Luggage, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Suya Tours, Vapur, and Willamette Week, among others.

We’re also regular contributors to a variety of travel and other websites.  Here are a few of our contributions!

TripAdvisor – We love TripAdvisor! It’s a clearinghouse for previous travelers’ feedback, we use it to help us plan our travel adventures. We are “Top Contributors” — take a look at the hotel, restaurant, and other reviews we’ve posted.

GoGingham – Sara’s blog focuses on “stylishly frugal living”  — which, as Sara points out, can be “fun & fancy!” We’ve written several guest posts for Sara’s blog, with topics including making travel affordable and camping.

Online Auto Insurance – We had the chance to rave about our VW Eurovan camper in Aaron Crowe‘s “10 Great Summer Cars” article. Our 5,000-mile road trip in the summer of ’13 wouldn’t have been nearly as fun in a passenger car!

We (or our photography) have also been featured, mentioned, or quoted (but luckily not folded, spindled, or mutilated) on sites including:

Thanks to all of these partners for sharing our passion for travel!

Media and partnership inquiries should use this contact form.

Enjoy your next travel adventure, whether it’s for a week or a weekend!


3 thoughts on “Press

  1. Hello Jeff and Erin, I am David from GuesttoGuest, the leading home exchange network in the world. Have you ever tried a home exchange on one of your travels? We would love to help you guys visit some national parks in Europe. Let me know if you are interested! 🙂

  2. Hello again! I would love to tell you guys everything you want to know. For starters, GuestToGuest is unlike any other home exchange company. Our community is the largest in the world and our members organize exchanges with a system of GuestPoints. You earn GuestPoints when you host and you spend them when you travel. This method allows for non-reciprocal exchanges, so essentially you can travel on your time and host when it’s better for you. If you guys are interested in trying out GuestToGuest we would love to help you on your first exchange.

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