Custom Storage Truck Console for a Ford F250

The downside of wanting to live in something small enough to travel anywhere is that space is at a premium. We like to backpack and as we prepared to sell our home it became clear that we needed to free up more space in our rig for storing our camping gear. I had the epiphany that the factory-installed jump-seat could be removed…

A New Orleans Mardi Gras Experience

A New Orleans Mardi Gras is perhaps the weirdest experience of my life. For those new to the blog, we are outdoorsy people. So, prior to us seriously contemplating going to Carnival, I had no idea what the event was even about. If you are like me you probably think Mardi Gras is all about…

Memorable Nomadic Moments – Top 10 of 2019

2019 was our first full year of nomadic travel and it has been one full of amazing destinations, wonderful people and encounters with wildlife. We haven’t even begun to tell all the stories from the epic adventures we’ve had. Traveling and working full-time isn’t without its challenges but as we look back on our 2019…

A Life of Full-Time Travel is Possible – 7 Steps

A life of full-time travel can look very different for many seeking the nomadic lifestyle. Most won’t walk out the door tomorrow and never stop. It takes preparation to live a life of full-time travel. Some will choose to live out of Airbnbs, others massive RVs, some small camper vans, others on a bike or…

Craters of the Moon Trails – The 6 Best Hikes

With a name like Craters of the Moon National Monument this Idaho location beckons travelers to explore the unique landscape. The best way to explore this volcanic landscape, born of several eruptions over thousands of years, is on the well laid out hiking trails across the park. The Craters of the Moon trails are mostly…

Snowbird Pass Trail – Berg Lake Day Hike

Snowbird Pass Trail in Canada’s Mount Robson Provincial Park is only accessible as a day hike from one of the backcountry campsites on the Berg Lake Trail. Given the distance and elevation gain acquired we recommend this as a hike from one of the campsites between the Marmot Campground and Robson Pass Campground. Check out…

Backpacking Berg Lake in Mount Robson

Backpacking Berg Lake is an amazing adventure found in the wilderness of Mount Robson Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada. This post focuses on our experience of hiking the trail. For more information on trail stats and how to acquire one of the coveted camping permits check out our Berg Lake Trail Guide. Backpacking Berg…

Slaughter Canyon Cave – The Good & The Bad

Slaughter Canyon Cave is located within the boundaries of Carlsbad Cavern National Park. Once a week on Friday morning a small group of adventurous park visitors venture into this dark world to discover the cave’s hidden secrets. The path through Slaughter Canyon Cave is a natural one. No manicured or paved trails here. This is…