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Maia
(maia) - MLife

Locale: Rocky Mountains
How One High Sierra Trip Turned Into Permanent Nomadic Travel on 07/08/2014 17:25:53 MDT Print View

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How One High Sierra Trip Turned Into Permanent Nomadic Travel

billy weinman
(bubbyman) - M

Locale: Manzano Mtns
Concise, succinct on 07/09/2014 15:38:29 MDT Print View

Liked the fact that you didn't wax too wordy in describing such a sea change in your life.

Probably a lot of us who hike and backpack have a gnawing anxiety hidden deep that whispers we may follow your path. That we may head out one day and never find our way back to where we started.

Indeed, one might say that is a truth. You can never go home again, amigo!

Keep trucking.

todd harper
(funnymoney) - MLife

Locale: Sunshine State
Re: How One High Sierra Trip Turned Into Permanent Nomadic Travel on 07/12/2014 05:28:16 MDT Print View

Thanks for the writeup of your Journey.

I am glad that, while you are wandering, you have your wife to share it with. Sounds nice.

Ken Thompson
(kthompson) - MLife

Locale: Behind the Redwood Curtain
Re: How One High Sierra Trip Turned Into Permanent Nomadic Travel on 07/12/2014 05:56:14 MDT Print View

Is 3 years permanent? Nice that this is working for you now. How do you plan to make this sustainable?


Oh, Brock's not a member so can't post.

Edited by kthompson on 07/12/2014 05:58:20 MDT.

HK Newman
(hknewman) - MLife

Locale: Western US
Re: Re: How One High Sierra Trip Turned Into Permanent Nomadic Travel on 07/12/2014 12:19:46 MDT Print View

Great story and would love to do something like this May thru Sept, maybe October in a normal ,non-drought year .... but begs the question about reintegrating back into the wonderful world of work and the accompanying great industrial cafeteria food.

Think I could go for semi-permanent nomad at this point...hmmmm

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Edited by hknewman on 07/17/2014 11:51:20 MDT.