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We are trying to improve our website.  Obviously, people are looking at the site, but we don’t know how everyone found us.  Or what you were searching for when you ran into our site.  Is there something that we could add to the site to benefit your own travels?  Are the blogs that we post informative enough?  Does the webpage load properly?  Please take a quick minute to provide us some feedback.  Please do so by posting a comment on this page.  Constructive criticism is welcome!  You WILL NOT hurt our feelings!

This website was originally created to update our friends and family of our travels.  It was also so we could document our travels and look back at all of this sometime in the future.  We feel that this site can be so much more though!  We can tell that more people are browsing our site than just our friends and family.  Please share your ideas.  Also, please notify us of any flaws in the site.  We’ve been battling with the website theme since day 1.  There were several problems with displaying things correctly on Internet Explorer browser.  We think that we’re getting closer.  We look forward to hearing what everyone has to say about the site and what we could add for your reading pleasure.

 

  • Amy

    I found your website through Dawn Pruitt. I have many travel dreams on hold due to school and family so I enjoy traveling vicariously through you. My husband and I are hoping for a little Mexican getaway early next year and you’ve inspired me to plan it minimally. No big resorts, just a local experience with a dash of adventure and relaxation. I think your website is great, I only wish you could update more. I love the stories about the places and the amazing locales, but I especially love the human stories. I have no problems with it loading using Safari. Looking forward to Antartica!

    • Bryan Waugh

      Hi Amy! Thanks for the feedback. We hope that you enjoy Mexico. It sounds like you’re planning Mexico the same way we plan most of our trips (get the plane tickets, setup a hotel for the first night just so you have something….and then travel by word of mouth recommendations). As far as updating the site goes, we try to update at least once a week. It just really depends on downtime that allows us to do so. We don’t want the internet/facebook/website taking away from our experience. When we’re touring an area we tend to stay off of the internet. When we have long train/bus/plane rides we’ll type our blogs and post as soon as we have internet again. Kristin’s writing one now as I reply to you. Stay tuned for our Buenos Aires and Uruguay blog….

  • Holli

    I have truly enjoyed reading about your travels! My husband and I were having lunch at one of our favorite pubs in Fredericksburg, Virginia and read about your adventure in the newspaper. I believe it was the Free Lance Star. We are looking forward to a trip next summer somewhere in Europe and I always love to read about other’s experiences away from home. Your photos and descriptions are beautiful and I always look forward to a new post:) The only suggestion I have is the background of your web page. Black is very hard to read from, I usually am reading from my iPhone. I am not sure if you are able to adjust the background color but a lighter background with a darker print may be easier to read. ( I am in my thirties and my eyes are good, not great but good. Maybe some of your other readers may benefit from an easier to read font?) Overall, your blog is wonderful and I think your descriptions really allow your readers to live through your travels. I always think when I am reading your posts, though, that they would be easier to read on a lighter background. Safe travels to you both! Thank you for sharing! :) Holli

    • Bryan Waugh

      Thanks Holli. I´ll see what I can do about the font and color when I get some time. Really, we´re enjoying travelling and I haven´t had much time to mess around with the site. The dark background is on purpose though. It makes the PHOTOS ¨pop¨ a lot more than a white background. Thanks for keeping up with us. I´ll see if a better font will make it easier to read.

  • Kim Bruce

    I have truly enjoyed reading up on your travels. I read about your adventure in the Suffolk newspaper. I think that it is truely amazing what u guys r doing. I moved to Va 3 1/2 years ago leaving 35 yrs of my life in Fall River Ma to learn to live and learn all over again in a different town, just for a new change of life. I has been the best move that I have made. I so love what u have done..A dream that we all talk about but nobody every does..:) ENJOY

  • Jordan Lasker

    I read about you guys in the Free-Lance Star and have been following you ever since. Beautiful pictures, well-written & honest articles. I have no complaints, other than that I am here & you are there!

  • Julie Caccavo

    Hey guys! I didnt write before cause i dont think theres really something i could recommend to improve the blog. the only thing i can think about is the photo gallery you’re trying to launch. Salta told me there’s an issue with the amount of storage you can use, or sth like that.. i just think you have amazing pictures to show!! for example, antartica oness!!!! waiting for them anxiously. be well!!

    • Bryan Waugh

      Thanks Julie. I´m working on it. I´m giving up on the theme designer and probably going to put all my photos on Flickr. Hope to have some time to get it all up and running.

  • Mark Osborne

    What’s wrong with including more of Bryan’s “boring” engineering comments about big dams and boats? Engineers are reading this too! Keep up the great blog and thanks for sharing your adventure with us.

  • Kristin Waugh

    That’s true, Mark. Bryan is pretty good at explaining things in terms I understand. Thanks for following our trip! Hope things are going well for you and your family! :-)

  • Neil Mac

    Happy St. Paddy’s Day from VB… 1st saw your story in the VA pilot back in Nov., and friended y’all on FB. Congrats on taking your dreams and putting them into action.. Too many folks have those dreams, “one day when XX happens, I will do YY.” :-)
    I also agree about the black background being a bit tough to read, but can also appreciate the need for it w/regards to the pictures. I’m sure there will be a happy medium.
    Best thing about this, is the 2 of you will have some stories that will live on for many years. Enjoy yourselves, be careful when needed, and have a blast!
    My compliments on living a dream. My thanks for deciding to share it with all of us..
    Godspeed.

  • LarryG

    awesome trip and awesome BLOG.

    I have “old” eyes and stuff with a dark background is hard for me to read.

    I’m typing in this box with blacks characters on a white background and I can easily read it.

    so my only feedback is to consider a lighter background.

    thanks and looking forward to the rest of your trip!

  • Des houlihan

    Sleezie dessie!

    • Kristin Waugh

      Donde es Sleezie deezy??

  • stephen

    My Mom is friends with your family, I wanted to let you know on IExp…Where you have scrolling pictures, the “Label” for each picture appears on a black tab which covers most of the picture. I am not sure if that is just my issue but it make the pics hard to see. Have fun and be safe.

  • Melissa Gusaeff

    IM HOMELESS, AND GOOGLED HOW TO BE HAPPY HOMELESS.

    YOU GUYS POPPED UP AND INSPIRED ME.

  • DAD Waugh

    Took Kristin and Bryan to Regan National airport today for the start of Leg 2 of their World Trip.

  • Julie Caccavo

    Nice to hear that you´re back on the road!!! I imagine finland quite different from latin america.. didnt kristin beg u bryan to stay in the states? hahaha.
    I thought u would have all the destinations on the same map.. isnt that possible? would be a nice picture at the end of the trip..
    Anyway, have a lot of fun, and keep enjoying as u did round here.
    big kiss!!!

    • Bryan Waugh

      Good to hear from you Julie! Hope all is well in Buenos Aires. Yeah, Scandinavia is quite different than South America. I can put everything on one map, but it’s so zoomed out that you can’t really see where we are. Maybe in the end I’ll make one big map. Take care!

  • Catherine Haskins

    Haven’t heard from yins in awhile LOL! Hope all is well – waiting for the next story :)
    Take Care

  • kiran texas roadhouse

    Hey whats up guys!!! Was just going through ur site. its amazing!!! Hope to c u all n india n may !!! All d very best with ur tour :)

    • Bryan Waugh

      Kiran, thanks for checking us out! I FB’d you.

  • Judie Paranuk

    Found your site through your mom Sis, Kristen. I am one of the ladies that pet sits for your mom! She told me about your site, and Jeannie, the other petsitter, told me to look your site up, as it was very good. So I did!!

    Gotta say, I AM IMPRESSED, and soooo JEALOUS of you. You get to see things I will only dream of. It’s OK, because I can see it through your eyes. Thank you for having taken the courage to actually get out and do it! Keep those pictures coming!

    • Bryan Waugh

      Thanks Judie! Glad you like! We’ve gotten lazy about updating lately…trying to get back in the swing of things is hard after being in Africa and so disconnected from the world.

  • Lisa

    I think I saw your vehicle and camper in a Wal-Mart parking lot in New Hampshire last night – the name on your vehicle caught my eye and interest.

  • Kristi

    We just passed you on interstate 40 in Conway, AR and saw your website. Have fun!

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