In 2014 familiarity finally bread enough contempt with Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 that Team Mago decided to travel by freighter again across the Atlantic. This post tells of our adventures before, during, and after the Buxcoast sailing. At the end, you’ll find out the relative cost of each of these sailing options.
This post features an excerpt from one of my favorite passages in the Mago Scrolls III. There’s a fire, panic, mayhem… and the captain of the guard at the Neapolis gate is about to have a really, really bad day.
We are learning to love grouse hunting in Northwest Montana. This post summarizes everything that we’ve learned to date including the hunt, options for field dressing, the prep and draw. The post concludes with suggestion for how to cook these wonderful birds, suitable sauces, and candidate side dishes.
In June we met Evan Goodman in the dining car of the Amtrak Capitol Limited who was planning to longboard from Toledo, OH to Lansing, MI. Here’s an update of Evan’s adventures. Here is an update.
The hike to Nasukoin is without a doubt one of our favorites in the Whitefish Range of the Flathead National Forest. It is in fact not one but three hikes where the first stop is Link Lake, next on up to Lake Mountain, and finally all the way up to the top of Nasukoin, the highest point in the Glacier View Ranger district.
Morgan has been cooking whole trout with this stuffing for over a decade now. In order to pull this recipe off, though, you need a big trout. Little trout coming out of the river or the pond won’t do. In other words, you need Walter.
Making lasagna with bolognese sauce from scratch is a labor of love. In this post we take you step-by-step with pictures from making the sauce through the assembly. You’ll blow your friends and family away with this recipe.
Team Mago set up our table at the Northern Lights Saloon in Polebridge, Montana on Saturday evening for a book signing, a beer, and a little pizza.
Trains and slow travel are virtually synonymous, and night trains are the old school form of train travel. During 2013 and 2014, Team Mago had an opportunity to travel on several night trains in the US and Europe. In this post, Morgan provides a review and comparison of these night trains he has known.
Protecting your cash while abroad is not as easy as you might think. Check out this tip on MagoGuide.
We love to answer questions about our posts. This question was sent in by a fan who wanted to know about the weather on the Seabourn Quest Atlantic crossing. It’s just that easy. Send us a question!