Let’s say you’re sick of the high cost of living in the U.S. and want to move abroad. Where are you likely to look? Costa Rica? Thailand? Maybe Panama? Sure, that’s normal. But, it wasn’t normal for Kyle from Not Your Parents’ Financial Guy. He moved to one of the world’s most expensive cities. Today, … Continue reading Leaving comfort for one of the world’s most expensive cities was a great financial decision
I know that I’ve said this before (countless times, I’m sure), but we absolutely love our solar system that sits gracefully atop our 2005 Airstream Classic. Since we set sail on a journey of full-time travel April 1st, we’ve only plugged in once. And that only lasted for two days. For the remaining seven or … Continue reading We haven’t plugged into the grid twice since April
It’s been more than a month of full-time travel and for the most part we are tickled to death about how everything is going. We’re hiking a ton. My wife is plowing through a bunch of books that have been on her reading list for quite some time. Me? I’m kickin’ my photo hobby into … Continue reading First month of full-time travel: Hiking and Dust!
We just wrapped up four nights in Snow Canyon State Park just north of St. George, Utah. The landscape was absolutely stunning. Red rocks as far as the eye can see. Volcanic “lava rock” litters the landscape. It’s stupid beautiful. We hiked damn near every day and I had my camera with me every step … Continue reading Snow Canyon, Utah – My gosh, the reds are outrageous
You people have been more than awesome over the past couple of years. Your visits. Your words of encouragement. Seriously, you guys make this community unbelievably welcoming. And to top it off, a lot of you have expressed interest in following us as we travel. First, I need to reiterate that this blog is going … Continue reading How to follow our traveling adventures
Happy weekend everyone! I come to you with a guest post about one of our favorite things to do in life – travel. But not just travel…travel on the cheap! For example, my wife and I flew up to Glacier National Park last year for $11.20 each by using credit card points and bonus offers. We … Continue reading Guest post: Take amazing vacations on the cheap
They say that struggle is the bedrock of any great story, but this particular story has no struggle. This is a tale of happiness and inspiration, one that I hope to see through to the end very shortly. My wife and I walked slowly along Lake Coeur d’Alene, glancing back and forth between the beautiful water and the … Continue reading I’ve got Coeur d’Alene on the brain, and it just will not leave
I swear, Courtney and I change our minds way too damn much. Actually, scratch that – I like to think of this as more of a “continuous refinement” process as we learn about truly what is possible in this world. There really is so much more to this world than what meets the eye. Recently, … Continue reading Could you live in an RV full time?