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Ugrades to our Nash 17k Trailer

RV’s do not come from the factory intended for living in them full-time, over the past year I have made a number of upgrades that make living out of our RV more pleasant.

A Solo Nomad No More!

Last fall I met someone who I knew would change my life forever, she was sweet, kind, and we shared all the same interests. Over the next several months she would visit me in Death Valley and Zion. Finally in April she left her job as a Certified Vet Tech to join me on the

A New Trailer!

For the past year and a half I have been living out of ‘Bertha’ my trusty 4×4 van, we have had some incredible adventures, and it was truly an experience I will never forget. I had adapted to living on the road with minimal needs and I learned a lot from this, but I was

A Year in Review

Reflecting back on the past year I could not name this post how I changed my life as in years past. My life has changed of course and I have evolved as I will always continue to do, but I did not have any major revelations that I felt warranted a dramatic post title. I

How to keep clean as a nomad

This is one of those taboo subjects that nobody likes to talk about, but it is one of the harsh realities of living on the road, where you do not have access to a shower every day. Before figuring out these little tricks, I could only go a few days without shower before I became quite disgusting, now I can go for a week without a shower and still be fairly fresh!

Best Long Term Boondocking Sites in the West

For the past year and a half I have been exploring the American West living out of a tent or a van living as cheaply as possible. I have spent nearly all of this time boondocking (dry camping) at free or very cheap locations, I have seen the good, bad, and ugly in this time.

Learning to be alone

“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” — Carl Gustav Jung We have all experienced it at one point, that uncomfortable feeling of being alone with only your thoughts. It is haunting facing what races through your mind, your fears, of the future, regrets from the past. All you can think about is what

Nomad questions answered

In a previous post 6 months living in a tent I received quite the response, mostly very positive and excited for me, many shared their experience of doing something similar and encouraged me to keep it up. While other comments were bitter towards me, suggesting that I’m somehow financially independent, suggesting that I’m a trust-funder

Secret Canyon in Sedona, AZ

This is a fantastic hike to do in the fall (late October) and is very close to Sedona. The road to the actual trailhead is very much a 4wd road, I got hung up a few times due to the long wheelbase of the van, but any SUV with a decent amount of clearance will

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