Category: Survival Tips

  • 8 Confessions About The Evolution Of Our Personal Nomadic Life

    8 Confessions About The Evolution Of Our Personal Nomadic Life

    An occasional self reflection is good and sharing these reflections is even better. So, we’ve created a little confession list below to allow you, or friends and family, to peer into our nomadic life as it looks today.You’re probably hoping to find out a few of our dirty little secrets or maybe you’re hoping we’ve discovered the […]

  • The Evolution Of Our Nomadic Life

    The Evolution Of Our Nomadic Life

    Everything Changes. Think back to 2009, what were you doing then? How much has life changed in 5 years? Go ahead, recount the last five years. Weddings, babies, funerals, new jobs, new homes, new places, new loves, more birthdays…  For us, our ideas about travel, about work, where we call ‘home’ and certainly our ages… *throat […]

  • Living with No Place to Call Home

    Living with No Place to Call Home

    Into The Rabbit Hole. About every few months it seems as though the world throws all of our plans, our ideas, and our doormat up into the air. When our things land, everything has changed. We hop from place to place, dreams to realities, house-sitting, van dwelling, to motorhome life, and back again. It seems […]

  • How You Can Turn Dinosaur Mechanics Into A Path for Simpler Living

    How You Can Turn Dinosaur Mechanics Into A Path for Simpler Living

    January started with a bang and then just about fizzled out before we had a chance to say goodbye. We moved back into our bus after being estranged from it for over six months. Wasting no time we headed out to the desert for a New Years Eve celebration with a junket of rambling friends. […]

  • Chapter CY2: Our First Cross Country Vintage Bus Road Trip

    Chapter CY2: Our First Cross Country Vintage Bus Road Trip

    Damn skippy we made it. From our wild ride on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway in New York, down the mountainous Blue Ridge Parkway, across tornado alley, and over the Hoover dam– we soaked up, survived and surrendered over 4,000 miles together on this cross country road trip. Lubricating this road trip was our deluxe accommodations; […]