Extreme weather and natural disasters are of concern to everyone, but especially to nomads. The reason for this is that nomads tend to live closer to the land or nature and are inherently more vulnerable to extreme weather events.
Planning a long-distance trip can be challenging. These trips often involve a lot of research, and it may be difficult to keep track of all the places you plan to visit or stay during the trip. Fortunately there is an easy solution by using custom Google maps to plan your trip.
The nomadic lifestyle can be a pretty incredible experience for many people, but nearly everything is different from living traditionally – which can create stress. How do you minimize that stress so that you can enjoy life as a nomad? We’ll talk about my top 10 tips for nomads and more in this episode!
Many of us – perhaps even most of us – want to find an epic, amazing campsite. Every. Single. Time. And why not? After all, camping in incredible places is one of the reasons many of us are nomads.
Is your van or RV too old for full-timing? How old is too old for a van or RV?
What are the best fall foliage destinations? How do you go about planning for a long road trip? I talk about these questions and more in this inaugural episode of my new podcast, The Robert Witham Show.
Ayres Natural Bridge was created over time as La Prele Creek eroded a solid rock wall. The result is a unique arch formation with La Prele Creek flowing beneath the natural bridge.
Wildflower super blooms in the desert occur only about once per decade on average. The last super bloom occurred in 2017 and neither Debra nor I were able to experience it. We were thrilled to learn that another super bloom was underway this spring and promptly drove from the Gulf Coast of Texas to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in California once we finished with the van rebuild project.
The Salton Sea is one of the largest inland seas in the world, and its existence is entirely an accident. While historical records suggest that the sea may have naturally filled and drained repeatedly in the past as the Colorado River shifted course, the sea did not exist at the turn of the last century.
The San Antonio River Walk is a unique, urban cultural experience. It is unlike anything I have experienced before in both scope and style.