Meet The Nomads

We're Dennis & Karen, and we're nomads 365 days a year! We're traveling the world in our Dodge truck and camper that we've affectionately nicknamed 

Stamper, after the independent and individualistic men of the Stamper family in Ken Kesey's 1964 novel Sometimes a Great Notion.

 

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Travel

“Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all of one’s lifetime.”

– Mark Twain

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.”

– Oliver Wendell Holmes

November 24, 2018

México at last! So far, we have been to two different campgrounds in Baja. The first was just south of Mexicali, called Campo Mosqueda. It was a very nice site right on the Colorado River before it makes its way south and into the Gulf of California. It had wonderful h...

November 9, 2018

46 days on the road and we finally made it to México​. It’s all good as we had places to go and people to see before heading to the border. Let me briefly tell you about some of them.

In mid-September, we took our 2-year old grandson to the Oregon State Fair. He didn’t...

October 10, 2018

For as long as I can remember, Dad took our family camping every summer. We didn’t have to venture very far . . . we lived in Oregon. Detroit Lake, Yellowbottom on Quartzville Creek, Tumalo Falls, somewhere along the Nehalem River, it didn’t matter. It was something we...

August 11, 2018

NOTE: This was originally written July 18, 2018 by Mrs. Nomad

Not even two weeks into our first trip, and I must confess that the days are already starting to run together. I had great plans to write in my travel journal each day, but I don’t think I was consistent for...

August 7, 2018

"hello, world". Thus begins almost every computer programming class, with students writing their first computer program and then seeing the result of their not-so-hard work on their screen.

In the case of this blog post, however, I just want to give a quick "hello, blog...

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