Notes from the travelers, hooray! We are still here, still trucking, still weird. We find ourselves these days in the fine state of Vermont. We are really taking our time and drinking in the states we are visiting and it has been a really good change. Despite the fact that we are “taking our time” […]
You never know what life is going to throw at you, the only thing that matters is how you respond to it.
This tells a tale of the time we were boondocking in Taos and were met with some unexpected visitors late in the night.
Our first week living off-grid in Northern New Mexico with our travel trailer hasn’t all gone according to plan, but we’re still smiling.
An intro to our adventure with Humanure and compost toilet essentials on our off-grid property in New Mexico.
Looking back on where we have been, what we have learned, and what comes next.
Living in a camper and traveling full-time are not the same thing. Both are possible, but there are several factors at play that can make or break a year of “traveling full time in a camper.”
There’s a lot to think about before beginning full-time travel, here’s what was on our table before launch.
Full-time camping isn’t an endless vacation, it isn’t all beautiful sights and new experiences, a lot of the time it’s just a family living a pretty normal life.
We live in a world with a lot of stress and anxiety, but I try to take a broader view about raising my boys in a time when it feel like there’s so much chaos around us.