So, Curtis was out of town this weekend for work and we've been missing our outdoor adventures since we've been so busy with baseball season, so we took to the road on Sunday in search of some nature, geocaching, hiking and exploring. We had the whole day to roam and wander freely with no plan or timeline and it was just what my soul needed--and hopefully theirs too! I had initially planned to head to Wild River State Park--just an hour North of us. The kids love exploring t
Living and traveling tiny is a dream, but it can also require a bit of skill in organization and knowing how to sort things! We thought we'd showcase our 5 most beneficial ways we've organized our belongings this year while traveling and how it has helped us. Whether or not you have a camper, it's so beneficial to think about minimizing your belongings and learning to live small so you can live your best life! 1. Hanging shoe rack. Previously, our shoes, boots and sandals w
Nomad in the North ended up south this weekend! We've got lots of Northern Parks under our bumper, but not many Southern, so we thought we'd start to explore the unknown! We also really wanted to be able to visit the Mystery Caves and this allowed us to do that. Rice Lake State Park is a Minnesota State Park about an hour South of the cities. A nice farmland/prairie drive that was especially stunning during sunset. The park offers drive in, walk in, cart in and even canoe
A Minnesota family seeking out adventure and the beauty of the outdoors in the midwest and beyond. We’ll take you on our trips and show you life with kids on the road and in the wild as we travel around with our ’71 Nomad in the great North.