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Nomadic Duo Adventures

Embracing a rootless existence one day at a time

Welcome to our travel blog page! We are so glad you came. We’d love for you to join us and follow along as we embark on this journey. We hope to share with you our adventures as we travel to different locations and learn to embrace our nomadic lifestyle. We hope to make some marvelous memories. Are you ready to journey with us? 

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Embrace the silly!

The best parts about living a nomadic lifestyle is that we have more time to do and see the things that we want to see. This is true...

Front &… Center?

As many of you already know, my husband is a wealth of historical knowledge. However he also has this innate ability to know odd facts...

Spearfish

One of the closest towns to Sturgis that we like to go to is a town called Spearfish. It is a cute town nestled in the black hills. It’s...

Snow day in Sturgis

We woke up today with anticipation of our first winter snow day. Unlike some folks- we don’t mind the white stuff. The weather did not...

On the Road Again

Before we knew it our time in San Antonio was up and it was time to move on. We said our farewells to our wonderful host, Ana, and we...

Farewell Texas!!

When David first mentioned Texas as our first state to live in during our travels, I was hesitant. We hadn’t really discussed Texas as an...

Breakfast of Champions

Anyone who really knows my husband knows he LOVES breakfast. No. I mean he REALLY loves breakfast- Like in a crazy, obsessed, intense...

El Mercado

El Mercado (aka Historic Market Square) is a marketplace in downtown San Antonio with over 100 shops and stalls that offer items such as...

Small Town Girl

I would be amiss if I failed to mention one of my favorite towns near San Antonio. Boerne (pronounced Ber-nie) is a small town a bit...

Big Bend

The final park we visited during our travels around West Texas was Big Bend National Park. The Big Bend is named for the vast curve of...

Thoughts and musings on turning 50…

Disclaimer: David will be writing today’s post since it is HIS birthday! I am sitting here tonight on the eve of turning 50 years old,...

West Texas & Guadalupe NP

After the magical morning and afternoon at Carlsbad Caverns we decided to make the short drive back into Texas to visit Guadalupe...

Carlsbad Caverns

If you read our last post about Roswell, NM then you know what this post is about: Carlsbad Caverns National Park! After I reached my...

Roswell, New Mexico

When planning David’s 50th birthday this year I didn’t take into account that we’d be away from family and friends AND that his birthday...

Surprise Surprise…

Disclaimer: This post is about the surprise that our eldest daughter planned for David’s birthday- so David will be writing today’s post:...

Living the trail life

One of our most favorite things about living in San Antonio are the many outdoor spaces and walking trails. We live in hill country/Leon...

Fellas- Spoil yourself!

Disclaimer: This post is about the importance of the health and well-being of men- so David will be writing today’s post: As a guy I can...

Weekend to Remember!

Weekends like this past one are what we live for as we travel full time. We didn’t have anything special planned to be honest- we were...

The Point Park

Part of the joy when traveling is finding something unanticipated or unexpected. You are unprepared for these hidden gems, but they...

Remember The Alamo!

Disclaimer: This historical site means alot to David, so he will be writing today’s post: As our previous blog post was on the subject...

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About Nomadic Duo

“Homeless” by choice

In early 2014 we realized that we were approaching an empty nest and had barely scratch the surface in regards to scratching off any bucket list items. We started to travel in 2014 and came up with a plan to see all 50 states before we turned 50 years old. During the next several years we learned that we enjoyed traveling, but we’re always wishing for more time to discover hidden gems in the places we were traveling to. We began tossing around the idea of selling our home and traveling full time. Our goal through this blog is to share with you our adventures and life experiences while living our dream. We hope to motivate you to get out of your comfort zone and get going on your next, life-changing adventure! 

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