In this episode, inspired by the documentary The Meaning of Vanlife, we explore why modern nomads have ditched traditional homes for a life on the road.
In this episode we meet Mark and his beloved dog Mya who spent two years traveling doing everything from snowboarding to whitewater rafting.
Eric Maddox is breaking down cultural barriers by hosting virtual dinner parties with guests from countries in conflict, questioning why conversation is absent from mainstream news coverage.
Hang out with orcas in Alaska, follow the barbecue trail through the Deep South (with a vegetarian), strap on your skis in Colorado and learn about the thriving Creole cowboy culture.
Nomads Joel and Stephanie tag along on a Creole trail ride in East Texas.
Here’s where and how to experience the many styles of music that were (ahem) born in the USA.
With nearly 600 different tribes in the US, indigenous traditions and cultural practices here are as diverse as on any continent.
Skiing or hiking? RV or rental car? There are as many options to choose from as there are variations in the landscape.
From a 20-story homage to New York street art, to a humble memorial to Navajo war heroes, these museums offer unique insights into American culture.
A whale-watching captain explains what it’s like driving a boat in Juneau, where her fellow travelers are behemoths who spend 90% of their time out of sight.
If you think cities like Detroit, Oakland, or Oklahoma City are derelict, scary, or dull, think again. Our nomads share eight misunderstood cities that are worth a visit.