Saturday, January 31, 2015

Amazon Affilliate link





Using the Amazon link. Over the past few years I've gotten lots of emails, phone calls, text message, from friends, family, and fellow bloggers. Saying... Hey I used your link to order such, and such.

Unfortunately I don't receive any credit, because you went to Amazon first researched the item, then came back, and ordered through my affiliate link.

The almighty Amazon is wise to this, and in order for me to receive credit you must enter through my affiliate link first before researching a new item, or be a pal and just enter here every time you search Amazon.

The arrow above will guide you to my affiliate account.If you use ad blocker the link is:
 http://www.amazon.com//ref=as_sl_pc_tf_lc?&tag=new0a8d-20&camp=216797&creative=493685&linkCode=ur1&adid=0X52CVY97JDVS0F3P25E&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.newagenomad.com%2F  Save it to your favorites.

 Also there is no way of knowing who ordered what, so your privacy is is secure with me at least big brother is still watching. Thanks to those of you have ordered it is appreciated!

In other news my final days of pavement dwelling are coming to an end early next week Ill be heading back out to the dirt on my migration north. Gingy will get to romp, and run once again.


Its been a wet few days down here, been hiking this arroyo for 5 years never seen it flowing before! Experimenting with G+ comment intergration. Anyone use this? What are the pros and cons?
Thanks for visiting. Good Day!




Sunday, January 25, 2015

Hornswoggled

I questioned the German Shepard/Lab mix from the beginning, but what I found out is shocking!

 
MeerDog?

Good Day!


Saturday, January 17, 2015

Turtleversary


Today marks the 5th anniversary of getting the Turtle, and the beginning of my nomadic lifestyle. Most people didn't think Id last 6 months. In the beginning I was truly tested living in such a confined space does supply a list of challenges, but after 5 years of being an off the grid nomad you kinda figure it out. I will have to say I have no intentions of going back to the sticks and bricks lifestyle, its way to much of a burden just to stay in debt, and trapped in one spot.

For you what iffers sitting on the fence wanting to try such a lifestyle. Don't let the what if this happens, or what if that happens scare you away. If your sitting around always worrying about whats gonna happen your not gonna get very far. Trust me I did it for many years, until I finally took the leap.

I also get lots of people concerned about the expense of the lifestyle, so for those who think it cost to much I'll document a few months of my living expenses, which will include food, fuel, and the basics. I will not include my wobbly pop intake for fear that some of you may form a posse, and have a intervention with me in the forest.

I also have a ton of pictures from my first 3 years of travel located at the top of the page, and have added a from the beginning tab, which will teleport you to my very first post. Take care, and Good Day!










Monday, January 12, 2015

Peckers


Peckers, Javelina, Stink Pigs, and Ranch Rats are all terms used to describe the Peccary. Although pig like they are more closely related to the hippo, or rhino. These guys been hanging out outside the Turtle. Gingers come running back with a few on her tail a few times. Heres a few videos.....

Sunday, December 14, 2014

All is well!

Been in Tucson since just before the Thanksgiving. Introducing Ginger to her winter life, which involves cats, fences, and casino parking lots. Happy to report that no cats have been eaten yet, but shes still doesn't understand the furry little creatures that smack her repeatedly in the face. Casino parking lots are a different story goes a lil banana's after being cooped up for a short time, and doesn't have much area to run. So we are in search of some boondocking areas, after the holidays. Ginger got spayed on Tuesday, and is recovering well.

 Roosevelt Lake

Heres a few pics of my stay at Roosevelt lake on my migration to Tucson.