Where do you live?
This should be a straightforward question, but for other nomads like myself with a sense of wanderlust, it’s never a straightforward response. Many of us live in multiple locations, moving from place to place without time to secure a permanent address. Essentially we’re ‘living’ wherever we are in that moment.
My favourite definition of the word ‘address’ is from Wikipedia: “A code and abstract concept expressing a location on the Earth’s surface.” It is an abstract concept to me, I’m glad I’m not the only one.
I’ve always strived to see and experience as much of the world in the short timeframe we’ve been given. For this reason I find it hard to sit still in a single location for too long. Freedom to roam the Earth is my greatest gift in life, and I plan to make good use of it.
Between April – October 2013 I hiked from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest Trail, 2,663 miles through California, Oregon and Washington. I started serialnomad.com to continue the journey I began on my www.mexicotocanada2013.com blog.