We've met a wide variety of people since we hit the road. They're interesting, generous, and fun. It's the fellow nomads that help create a community despite us always being on the move.
Below are fellow nomads we’ve met. We've listed their websites/Instagram/Facebook so that you have the opportunity to read their stories and get to know them, too.
Megan contacted us for a Live Small | Ride Free sticker. After she received the sticker Megan sent us a really nice hand-written note. It turned out her and her husband, Ian, are in the process of hitting the road with their dog, Brewer, and cat, Monster. While we were in Washington (where they're currently living) we met up and spent the day hanging out (October 2016).
Jerud met Jeanette and Eric when he went to dump and fill up our fresh water tank in La Verkin, UT (April 2016) while Tybee and I were back at camp saving our boondocking spot. Eric recognized the Toaster and realized that we knew some of the same people as he pulled up behind Jerud at the gas station. The meeting was brief, but we hope to see them again sometime down the road.
Road It Up
Catherine, JF, their three daughters (Aïsha, Mara and Matilde), and dog (Java) live in an awesome red 1970s Wanderlodge towing their Westy. They are avid climbers and mountain bikers. We met them while boondocking in Tucson, AZ in January 2016.
Jennifer, Karl, and their three kids (Sarah, Ellie and David) is another family that we met when we met Cat and her family. These two families met on the road a year ago and have been traveling together since.
Victor, Kristen, Massimo & Levi: Instagram
This great family is in the process of becoming full-timers! Their second trip with their Airstream was to Borrego Springs.
The Wandering Heffalump
Joe and Stacey are a Canadian couple living out of their army green unimog. We both admired each others homes.
Bikes and Rivets
Eric, Aaren and their three kids rolled into Borrego Springs with their Airstream and back of the truck full of bikes.
Chris travels in his Airstream on weekends and during his vacations. He and his two dogs were one of our neighbors at Borrego Springs.
A Guy, A Dog, A Rig
Brian showed up to happy hour with a growler of beer to share with everyone at Borrego Springs. So of course we liked him right off the bat. Stella, his super sweet dog helped.
We met Vince during happy hour our first night at Borrego Springs for the New Year’s get-together. He was our tour guide when we rode into town together on bikes – him on his trike.
Ching had been following Kerri on Instagram for a long time before we finally met her and Bryon (her dog) at Borrego Springs for the New Year’s get-together.
Mary and Barbara
We’ve known Mary and Barbara for years! Mary and I (Ching) used to work together and go mountain biking together before she and Barbara left Asheville to become full-timers. Barbara also helped us shop for our RV. Simply put – we love them!