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What Do We Give Up As Nomads?

What Do We Give Up As Nomads?

As I stand looking out at the sweet little Mettowee River, my backyard view for the last 5 months, I feel a familiar pang of sadness. It’s time to leave. I’ve spent the summer in the North East, camping in the Adirondacks and *moochdocking in my families backyard overlooking the Mettowee river and this is ...
What’s On Your REVERSE Bucket List?

What’s On Your REVERSE Bucket List?

We all know about the Bucket List, a list of things to do before you die. This consists of ADDING to your life experiences, not a bad thing, but the REVERSE BUCKET LIST is even more thought provoking. The REVERSE BUCKET LIST is a list of items that you REMOVE from your life. Whether it ...
Nomads Vs Pandemic

Nomads Vs Pandemic

I haven’t posted in a while because you know it The covid thing ahhh the covid thing. What I didn’t see coming was the energy it would cost to navigate this covid mess physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. The initial stress of it left me with just enough energy to get ...
Nomad Boot Camp

Nomad Boot Camp

The time finally comes, and you’re on the road! You’ve made it! You’ve planned and purged and navigated all the obstacles and it’s a thrilling emotional high to finally achieve your dream of nomadic life!  Sometime after that, probably sooner than later, chances are good that this extreme high will be followed by an equally ...
Sadness, Grief, And Changes On The Road

Sadness, Grief, And Changes On The Road

I’m single again. Thought I’d never have say those words. Again. Being on the road with heartbreak is well especially heartbreaking. I can’t just lay in my bed, turn on Netflix, and indulge in ice cream therapy all day like I would in a stick and brick dwelling … there’s chores to be ...
Complaints Of A Nomad

Complaints Of A Nomad

After a recent desert rainstorm with severe wind gusts, I woke in the morning to the screen shelter blown completely over … and it had taken out my entire kitchen. The stove, tables, utensils, every single fork, spoon, and spray bottle was on the ground, covered with wet desert dirt. In two years on the ...

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