Bryce Canyon National Park

What is a hoodoo? Ever heard of one? Wikipedia defines it as, “A hoodoo (also called a tent rock, fairy chimney, and earth pyramid) is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage basin or badland.” Located in Southern Utah among the many … Continue reading

Kolob Canyon

Many people have heard of Zion Canyon in Zion National Park. However, here is something not everyone is aware of. Did you know that Zion National Park is divided into two main sections, as it pertains to access by road? That is correct. Most of the population enter Zion National … Continue reading

Travel As Transformation

The Nomads of Living Nomad Style have journeyed throughout the United States. That was our primary objective for our journey. We wanted to live in or explore all 50 states. And, as of this writing, we have completed 44. We learned many things along the way about travel, relationships, solution … Continue reading

Celebration In Las Vegas

You know the phrase, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” That was a clever marketing campaign to get people to come to Vegas, party, gamble and have guilt free fun. Well, I just had a birthday and do not intend to stand by the marketing campaign. I want everyone to … Continue reading

Daddy Nomad Birthday In Vegas

Today may just be March 27th to some of y’all, but to our bunch it is a big, big day to celebrate. It’s Daddy Nomad’s BIRTHDAY!!!! There’s something that most of Daddy Nomad’s birthdays have in common……they’re pretty chill. He’s not one for a bunch of hoopla or to make a big … Continue reading

If You Fancy Adventure

As Nomads, we all seek adventure and exploration. Currently, as you know, our journey is taking us through many sights and adventures within the United States. There are, obviously, a great many places to visit, things to see and locales to explore within the US. However, there are many, many … Continue reading

Red Cliffs Recreation Area

The Red Cliffs Recreation Area is not a place that would be a well known spot, nationwide, like Zion National Park or The Grand Canyon. However, it does seem like a popular spot to the locals. The Red Cliffs Recreation Area is located about 12 miles or so north of St. … Continue reading

The Grand Canyon

This is going to be kind of a crazy story. But it was fun living it. It all began with us wanting to see The Grand Canyon. There are two popular places to see it, the North Rim and the South Rim. The North Rim is about 2 hours from … Continue reading

Zion National Park

One of the biggest attractions for us to visit and hike while in Southern Utah was Zion National Park. You want to know something funny. Until Mama Nomad told me about it, I did not even know it existed. Why is that funny? Well, because the park has more than … Continue reading

Mesa Road

As we travel around the US, we really enjoy engaging in conversation with natives so that like to explore their local area. We have found that we can uncover some gems that are not on travel guides or top 10 spots. But, they deliver great value and enjoyment. We recently came across … Continue reading