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Two Happy Campers is us, Mark & Michele. We’re part-time wanderers, full-time photographers and lovers of all things outdoors. We believe in creating big, bold, beautiful lives filled with adventure. May this website inspire you to get outside, live simply, smile often and love life.

 

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Interview with Seth K. Hughes | Full-time Airstream living

For years now we've contemplated what we want this website to be.  How to make it more than just a travel journal.  How to create content that is authentic and meaningful.  I can tell you that I don't want this to be a campsite directory, I think the search for the...

40 days in our Four Wheel Camper: Burr Trail, UT

Ever since driving thru Long Canyon in 2012 I’d wanted to camp there.  I was excited to be heading back but nervous about finding a spot as I remember there not being many.  Our day started off driving thru Capital Reef National Park via hwy 24.  We drove thru...

40 Days in our Four Wheel Camper: Caineville, Utah

From Moab we headed towards Capital Reef National Park and one of our favorite BLM camping spots that we’d previously found a few years back.  This particular area of Utah (around Hanksville/Caineville) is one of the most quiet, untouched, undeveloped areas we’ve ever...

Questions & Answers: struts, furnace, cooking and more

Welcome to our new Q&A series!  We get so many questions from readers on various topics that I'd love to start sharing our responses in hopes of possibly helping others as well.  I'm not one for technical answers but I'm happy to share our experience and anything...

Find all the camping gear we love on our new gear page!

We love to camp. We love our Four Wheel Camper. We love great gear that makes our camping fun, efficient, easy and comfortable. When we bought our Four Wheel Camper we were just getting started in creating a new lifestyle full of adventure. Outfitting our camper with...

40 Days in our Four Wheel Camper: Moab, UT

We're half way thru our trip already!  We're still in Utah soaking up the last of this beautiful fall weather and while we haven't had great cell signal, I've still been making little videos of our trip along the way.  Our second stop of the trip was in Moab.  Moving...

40 days in our Four Wheel Camper: McInnis Canyons, CO

Whenever we take off in our truck camper, weather it be for 2 weeks or 2 months, we tend to cover a lot of ground.  In other words, we spend A LOT of time driving.  You can only do that for so long before you realize, you can never see it all.  I always have a running...

Road Trippin’ Day 1: getting our groove back

Yesterday was a VERY good day.  It was the first day of our annual winter road trip.  Since last year's trip had to be cancelled due to health issues and this summer was the busiest our business has ever had, we could not be happier to be back on the road!  It felt...

An airplane update: finding out if the engine will run

When we bought our Kitfox airplane three weeks ago, we bought it knowing there was a possibility it would need a new motor.  We got such a great deal, the airframe alone was worth the price we paid, that we were willing to take the risk of having to buy a new motor. ...

Happy Marriage. Happy Life.

Let's talk about marriage. You know the saying "happy wife, happy life"?  We hear it nearly every weekend (we photograph weddings for a living), it's the go-to ending for every father's toast.  While that saying always gets a good laugh, it's true.  But that's only...

We bought a Kitfox airplane (and trailered it home)!

Tuesday was one of those days that we'll never forget.  After a year-long, exhaustive search for an airplane that would fit our budget, our lifestyle and would perform well in the mountains...we finally found it.  And in the most unexpected way. Through the EAA...

Say “Yes!” and add more life to your days

Remember Jim Carrey's movie "Yes Man"?  A few weeks ago while visiting my family in Arizona I adopted that idea, the idea of saying "yes" more instead of no.  This somewhat subconscious thought was inspired by my adorable nieces.  Let me explain. I am not a kid...

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