This week I took some time to speak with Matt Turner. If you found Matt on Facebook, you'd see his profile states his job as "Wanderer" and his place of employment as "Earth." Earth is about as specific as you may get when you ask Matt where he wants to go next. While he currently works as a server at Grand Teton National Park, Matt and I talk about what it's like to completely orient your life around traveling, how it is adapting to dorm life at thirty, and where you go to when you just aren't finding fulfillment from a traditional career, or a traditional life for that matter.
I had the opportunity to talk with our good friend John Levandoski this week. John is a (semi) retired professional photographer who has used his travels across the U.S. to find inspiration from the natural world. John and his wife Marie were the first friends we made while working in Yellowstone National Park and we'll take the time to talk about the profound beauty of Yellowstone, the challenges of downsizing to an RV, and what it's like to be (semi) retired on the road.
John's website where you can view and purchase his spectacular shots of YNP and other incredible area of the country is: www.johnlevandoski.com . Check out the "Parks" page to see the shot John captured of two grizzly bears duking it out, absolutely incredible.
In episode one, I speak with Sharee Collier of Meet the Colliers (www.meetthecolliers.com). Sharee is the director of operations at Workamper News (www.workamper.com) where she is spreading the word about how working from an rv can be just about anyone’s ticket to travel. Sharee travels with her husband and four children in less than two hundred square feet of living space! Her latest project at www.indierv.com looks to network travelers to combine resources and make for easier travel for everyone.