One of the most common questions we get about our nomadic lifestyle is what are we doing about school for the kids? Some people are simply curious. Others aspire to travel more long term with their children and seem to be looking for a "How To" guide. And others still seem genuinely horrified by the fact that by traveling we are denying our children a "normal" education. So this is an attempt to answer some of those questions, but honestly, we mostly fly by the seat of our pants!
Check out our interview for Cohesive Home, in which we chat about living in a tiny space, getting rid of all our stuff and integrating yoga on the road.
We have a lot of people who try to sneak a peak inside our tiny home on wheels. We get so many questions about the Earthroamer, that we decided to make a video tour.
March 25, 2017 would have been our daughter Zama's fourth birthday. It’s been important for us to keep Zama’s memory alive. Since we decided to travel and have an online blog, we wanted to be authentic by being open about our experience having and losing our second daughter, and how that has affected our life.
So as a warm up we thought we might try the Earthroamer through a little more technical back road in Joshua Tree National Park. With a longer wheel base than the usual Land Rovers and Jeeps found on this road and the fact that we are literally carrying our house with us it was extra fun! (Although Jenna may not agree with the last statement).