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Progress Toward Living On The

By:    Posted On: 2012-01-12

Recently a friend was asking me about my progress toward becoming a nomad and living on the road full time. As many of you know this has been a dream of mine for many, many years and I have been working toward the dream for an equal amount of time. The answer is, simply, that I am making steady progress and have all the "hows" worked out. The same problem that has been vexing me for some time is the only thing still preventing it from happening and that problem is money. As far as the details go, such as how I will generate power, keep food cold, what my camper might be, etc., keep an eye on the RoadCEO blog for posts on those subjects.

Once I am on the road I plan to visit scout groups, camping groups, rallies, etc., all over the country. Maybe we will meet up sometime. I also plan to volunteer at scout summer camps and other events when possible. I want to share my adventures with you including photos and video.

Please keep an eye on my blog at http://roadceo.com/blog/ if you would like more information as well as occasional posts about some of what I learn along the way such as powering all my gadgets with solar power and turning a cargo trailer into a camp trailer.

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