We are the Willink family with the self-given nickname: Third Coast Tribe! We are a family who is lovers of all things outdoors. Hiking, traveling, exploring, experiencing, creating, and documenting -- are a few of our favorite verbs. We relocated to the Third Coast in 2017 to be closer to the family after spending 5 years living out west in Arizona.
Josh grew up in Michigan. Many people don't know he had a promising career in baseball cut short at the age of 11 when he decided to hang up the jersey early. Says Josh, "I made my mark on the game; I had nothing left to prove." Josh is now a proud girl dad and makes a mean beef jerky and loves making TikToks. When asked why he likes to travel, he says, "Everywhere you go; there’s an experience to be had. I collect those and value them like currency."
Care’s story begins in on a day in July when she was born a few years back. She grew up with two older brothers whom she was always trying to impress. This is the cause for her love to always try new things. She found a best friend and married him, then a year later made more mini best friends, completing her life goal to hang out with the coolest humans. When asked why she likes to travel, she says, “I made a website…” *mic drops an invisible mic*
Remy is a whole lotta sweet with just as much sass to match. Ask her a couple of questions & you're her new best friend! She loves seeing how long the hikes are and keeping track of all the National Parks and Sates we have visited. When asked what she loves about traveling, she says, "Bein' with my fam and seeing new things!" not sure if she means it or if she just wants ice cream at the next gas station... either way, she has her parents and sissy's hearts :)
Jadey-bug is one of a kind, and we celebrate her unique personality. If she's in a good mood, our adventures are the best. If she's in a bad mood... well, you get it. She is on a mission to become a Jr. Ranger at every National Park. When asked why she likes to travel, she says, "I like rainbows, campervans, and tunnels. oh, and ladybugs."