We didn’t just wake up one morning and decide to leave our conventional life and corporate America for a more nomadic lifestyle. This is the story of our transition from our professional careers with executive paychecks which has definitely contributed to our sense of security, into something less conventional, less predictable, and less monetary. Our new life is yet to be defined but I can tell you it is one full of faith and definitely outside our comfort zone. What is defined is that our home is not made of brick and mortar with a cute picket fence located in some quite suburban neighborhood. Our physical home for the next few years is our fifth wheel, located wherever our F250 diesel truck pulls it. This blog is about our travels, trials, and hopefully some fun anecdotes from our tribulations on the road in our RV and while hiking the Camino de Santiago.
After any major life change we have gone through in the past, we have found we need time to re-assess, to reflect, to listen and to decide what we are suppose to do next. This is the reason we decided to start our epic journey with a pilgrimage walking the way of the Apostle James, a 500 mile across France and Spain called the Camino de Santiago.