Sometimes a hotel is just a hotel, and other times you can’t wait to go back. The Historic Requa Inn (pronounced Rek-wah) is located above the Klamath River, just before it enters the Pacific Ocean. This 100+-year-old inn is the perfect spot to make home-base to explore the wilds of Northern California, both ocean side […]Read More Historic Requa Inn
If you only have one night in this city on the bay, Tampa Bay, book it for Bern’s Steakhouse. Save your pennies to splurge on this well worth the money treat and come hungry… very, very hungry. And I’m serious about having the reservation, probably at least a month out, mine was 3+ months out. […]Read More One Night in Tampa
A few days in British Columbia was just the ticket to celebrate and play in full on winter. I love everything about a great ski village, including the cold. Whistler delivers a classic experience linking three wonderful villages (Whistler, Blackcomb, and Olympic Village) together with easy, scenic walking paths. The two-hour scenic, Sea to Sky […]Read More Winter Wonderland aka Whistler, Canada
If you can’t beat ‘um, join ‘um right? So, with most of the U.S. thawing from the latest polar vortex, this nomad headed North, to the great Pacific Northwest to be exact. With flights to Vancouver, British Columbia hovering right around $300, it seemed like a bargain. Watch the ticket prices and be ready to […]Read More Embrace Winter? Bring it On.
Well first, let’s define what it means to be a digital nomad? Like most things, you have to think about what it means to you. And I have and I’ll share it with you. So, the digital part means being electronically connected. It’s difficult to disconnect completely these days and many wouldn’t want to even if […]Read More Let’s Talk Digital Nomads
I mean really, it’s what we went to the Pacific Northwest to see. So many pictures, I just had to share them. Words can’t describe the feeling, the smell, the silence of being among the Redwoods. It must be similar to what it would feel like to be in space, looking back at earth, and […]Read More Experience the Redwoods
Truly a magical place near the Siskiyou National Forest in the southwest corner of Oregon, the closest town is Cave Junction. Book a night at the Out ‘n About Treesort and pick from about 15 perches to call your own for the night. Ideally, arrive before dark so you can explore the grounds before you have […]Read More A Night in the Trees
Digital Nomad, no such term exists in the dictionary, but that does not stop me from aspiring to be one. The world of Google has lots to say about digital nomads. Basically, a digital nomad is someone who is not tied to a physical location for work, which generally means they need access to an internet […]Read More Dreaming the nomadic dream