Setting Up In Florida

As of September 6, 2017, our clan of Nomads has visited all of the contiguous 48 United States. Also referred to as CONUS (Continental United States). Our travels across and around the United States took us just over 3 years since we began our journey from Texas on August 29, … Continue reading

Mama Nomad’s 2017 Birthday

It was September 8, 2017. In our house that is a special day. As many of you know, we take birthdays seriously. And September 8th was Mama Nomad’s 2017 Birthday! Now, commonly Mama Nomad wants to celebrate her birthday by going on a hike, outdoor exploration or some sort of … Continue reading

Third Nomadiversary

Can you believe it? We have been on the road for 3 years! August 29, 2017 marked our Third Nomadiversary!!! I still cannot hardly believe that what started as a way to show the Nomad Sons how to create their own history rather than read about it turned into such … Continue reading

Jaunt Down To Panama City

When we went to Georgia in March, all of you know that we had a big celebration for Mema (my grandma). We are big on birthday celebrations in the Nomad Family. But, turning 90 kicked it up a notch. Some of you may know this and others may not, but…Mama … Continue reading

Back In The Swing Of Things

Hello all of our Living Nomad Style fans! Have you missed us? We have not written anything since the end of February (Howard Steamboat Museum). Don’t fret. Your favorite Nomads have not disappeared. We just had a lot of family administrative stuff to do. Since our last post, we have … Continue reading

Homeschooling and Socialization

This is the 3rd and final part of a 3 part series around questions posed to the Nomads as it pertains to education. Question 1, Why We Homeschool, was covered in part 1 of the series. Question 2, How We Homeschool, was covered in part 2 of the series. Now we … Continue reading

Taking The Sights For Granted

In each place that we move to, without exception, we find new and unique sights to see, things to do and places to explore. Each place commonly has a mix of well-recognized and visited places as well as less known and less visited places. One thing that Mama Nomad and I have … Continue reading

The Gravity Hill Called Spook Hill

As the family, and I travel, one of my favorite things is to find places off the beaten path. I enjoy taking the long way, and seeing what we can see. I especially love to come across hidden gems. This is something that Chase, and I both enjoy; and most of the … Continue reading

Treasure Island

Have you ever been to Treasure Island? No I am not talking about the Long John Silver tale by Robert Louis Stevenson. And I am not referring to the casino and hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. This Treasure Island is located in Pinellas County, Florida. I had never heard of it. … Continue reading

Old Town Festival of Fright

The Nomads visited Old Town in Kissimmee, Florida. Old Town is an iconic walking district that has a collection of shops, eateries and amusements. The roads are paved with brick and every Saturday night, there is an old-time street cruising where they have a parade of pre-1975 hot rods, street rods, … Continue reading