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Posted by Adventure 16 | 05.03.2018

So…Where’s Jay Today?

 

A16's full-time Van Life Ambassador and part-time Design Aficionado, Jay Golien, has embarked on a four-week Road Trip through Oregon.

 

His goal:

To work remotely – as though he were sitting right here in our office – while exploring new places, photographing strange landscapes and meeting weird / interesting people.

 

Why not?

If things get too weird, he can just drive off! Check back often for his latest adventure.

 

A16 vanlife Oregon art

 

Beep Beep!

 

:: So… here we go again! The 6 week van-life trial of working from the road was a success, so I'm off again – this time to explore Oregon for 4 weeks.

 

This tour is all about mountain biking, hiking, fishing and becoming a bear whisperer. Enjoying the wild Oregon coast and growing my chin whiskers in the forest.

 

My plan is to drive Oregon’s PCH North to the Washington border. Turn East and check out Portland and Hood River. Head South to visit Bend and Crater Lake National Park. Maybe Mt. Shasta on my way back to San Diego.

 

You know the drill, take notes there might be an quiz for later!

 

 


 

Week 2: Oregon Coast

 

Travel Oregon
Travel Oregon.  photo: olas creative

 

Breakfast powered by Jetboil.
Breakfast powered by Jetboil.  photo: olas creative

 

Featured Gear: Jetboil Flash Personal Cooking System • A16 Nalgene BottleCliff BarLight My Fire Spork • GSI Cup & Bowl

 

Coquille River Light House.
Coquille River Light House.  photo: olas creative

 

Olympic National Park.
Crystal clear water.  photo: olas creative

 

 


 

Week 1: Northern California and the Southern Oregon Coast

 

lone salior and the golden gate bridge
Lone Sailor and the Golden Gate. SF.  photo: olas creative

 

the outpost motel sign
Vintage Motel sign on Hwy 101, Leggett, CA.  photo: olas creative

 

boy playing with driftwood
Boys playing with driftwood. Harris Beach.  photo: olas creative

 

boat names
The ship yard. Port Orford.  photo: olas creative

 

 

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