One Year Nomadiversary

It’s hard to believe that one year ago today we moved out of our house and into our new RV home to begin our traveling adventures.  I wanted to share this video with you of the highlights of our first year on the road as we celebrate this milestone.

In the past year we have visited 15 states and 12 national parks/monuments.  We have absolutely no regrets for having made the decision to sell our house and just about everything we own to travel this beautiful country.

I love this saying: “Childhood has an expiration date so squeeze out every second you can.”  I am more aware all the time of how quickly my children are growing up.  This traveling lifestyle is giving us the opportunity to squeeze out every second that we can before they grow up.  I will be forever grateful for the memories we are making as we travel.

Happy Trails!

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4 thoughts on “One Year Nomadiversary

  1. Tracie Morgan

    Hi Heather, it’s Tracie Morgan from AZ. Glad to hear you are still enjoying being full time and that everyone is well! Are you continuing for another year?

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  2. Hi Tracie! It’s good to hear from you. Yes we’re continuing for at least another year. We are loving this lifestyle and at this time don’t have any plans to stop any time soon. Are you getting closer to going full time?

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    • Tracie Morgan

      Okay, sounds good. Mike retired last June and I’ll retire with 25 years with Nordstrom January 31, 2017-so 1 more year. The plan is to sell everything and hit the road. I love your blog and will continue to follow! Stay safe and God bless.

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