Most Memorable Moments of 2021 – Top 10

Since beginning our nomadic life, Jennifer and I have started this ritual where each December we look back over the past year and collect all the most memorable moments. I find this exercise cathartic. It makes me slow down and appreciate what we have been blessed to see and do. This year, like 2020, was…

Best Hikes in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore – Top 8

It is widely known that the most iconic formations in Michigan’s Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore are best experienced from the water, which leads some visitors to completely bypass the interior hiking trails. They do this to their detriment as the inland area is very beautiful and should be explored fully by visitors. There are no…

Guide to Pictured Rocks Park – The First National Lakeshore

Located in Michigan’s remote upper peninsula on the coast of Lake Superior is the nation’s first National Lakeshore. Lake Superior is the world’s largest lake by surface area and it was carved out by glaciers during the last ice age. These glaciers left beautiful 200′ high cliffs along a small stretch of the southern coastline….

Dry Tortugas Guide – Florida’s Remote National Park

There are many reasons to visit Florida’s most remote National Park—Dry Tortugas. They include a storied history that dates back to 1513, an abundance of birds and sea life, and really dark skies. You can read all about the Top 9 reasons to visit Dry Tortugas on our website. While there are many things to…

Visiting Dry Tortugas – Top 9 Reasons

For many the 106-mile journey down the world-renowned Overseas Highway on the southern tip of Florida is an adventure that ends in Key West. However, for those looking for more seclusion and adventure, we suggest continuing west for another 70 miles. You’ll find a small cluster of seven islands known as the Dry Tortugas. These…

Cumberland Island Guide – Georgia’s National Seashore

Have you read about the Top 10 reasons for visiting Cumberland Island? Now let’s look at the logistics! The process of visiting the island can be a bit difficult. Ferry tickets and camping permits need to be acquired separately months in advance. On the day of your journey, you must check in and collect your…