Although we didn't make it very far into the Northeast, the Appalachian mountains and rustic history of Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New York were a tantalizing introduction to a region full of depth and color.
From the steamy forests of Arkansas, to the turquoise beaches of Florida, we love the South for all its blending of landscapes, sounds, and flavors. It's a place of twisty roads, bright colors, and even brighter smiles,
The Heartland is our home, and so we know that under the imposing sky of wide horizons and endless straight roads, there are countless hidden gems and surprises out there to be discovered.
The real adventure begins in the mountains. The excitement and drama of this jagged landscape is unquenchable - from the snowy wonders of Idaho, to the sandstone cliffs of Arizona, the colors of Colorado, and the rugged wilds of Montana.
Only three states make the west coast of the US: California, Oregon, and Washington. But the views of the glittering pacific from battered cliffs, and the mossy canopy of fairytale forests make this one of the world's most magical places.
They call it Beautiful British Columbia for a reason. Along with neighboring Alberta, the northern Rockies are rich with deep forests, granite peaks, and turquoise glacial waterways.
We were looking for wilderness, and we found it in the Yukon. It's where the land just goes and goes and seems to never end. And it's where the bears and moose watch us ride by like we were the oddity within the scenery.
Alaska is the Last Frontier, and we are Notier's Frontiers. So it only made sense that we'd eventually explore all the secrets that Alaska keeps hidden in her remote, snowy hideouts where only the bravest of the brave dare venture.