Let me show you how I grind rice, lentils, vegetables and spices into a fine powdered mix which can be quickly cooked in camp for a delicious hot and hearty meal. It’s also light and compact in my backpack and feeds me for days… the perfect healthy vegan survival dinner!Continue reading “Healthy Vegan Survival Dinner”
A colorful sunset reflecting in the still waters of the Rio Grande in New Mexico.
The full moon rising over a mesa as it begins its journey across the night sky.
A cross-section of the road and a frozen stream in the Gila National Forest.
A friend has been recommending I explore the Gila National Forest in New Mexico for awhile now, and I finally got the chance. I’m glad I did because there was so much to see! Come along as Jeremiah the Nomad Man and I explore this area for the first time on our bikes.Continue reading “Exploring the Gila National Forest”
Exploring the hills surrounding the Rio Grande in New Mexico.
Last January there was a Super Blue Blood Moon, which won’t happen again for another 19 years, and I was lucky enough to spend it at Indian Bread Rocks.Continue reading “Return to Indian Bread Rocks”
I stopped in a cactus forest for a few nights to rest and absorb some sun. There is a large of variety of cacti here, so if you see something you know the name of, please let us know!Continue reading “Cactus Forest in the Arizona Desert”
When I left my job and home to be nomadic in January 2018 the first place I stopped and stayed for more than a single night was in the hills around Lake Havasu Arizona. It was the first time in my life where I finally felt free, and so I hold a lot of sentimentality for this place.Continue reading “Solitude in the Lake Havasu Hills”