This podcast shares our never-ending story of the transformation of our previous "traditional lifestyle" into one where we travel the world debt free and live out our dreams. Being outdoor enthusiasts, we will adventure to new places in the wild, try new things and share our experiences with the world.
On this episode we will give you a 5 month update and a complete recap of our travels since we left our full time jobs and sold our house in March of 2019.
How to Live on a Budget
Buying a Used Vehicle on a Budget
How to Find Seasonal Jobs
9 Unique Things to do as you Road Trip to Yellowstone National Park
Episode 1: Welcome - Why Appalachian Trail
Episode 7-18 - Appalachian Trail
Episode 19: Trail Magic & The Great Smokey Mountains
Episode 20: Gatlinburg to Myrtle Beach
Episode 21-25: Colonial Williamsburg
Episode 26: Charleston, SC and our “new” Hiker Trailer
Episode 27: Lower Alabama & Trailer Upgrades
Episode 28: Key West, FL
Episode 29 - 31: Kentucky Adventures
Episode 34: A Wyoming Ghost Town
Episode 36: The Good and the Bad of Seasonal Jobs
Check out our blog at www.unnadventures.com or follow our journey on Facebook and Instagram or our YouTube Channel at Unnamed Adventures.
The Going-to-the-Sun Road is one of the many historical parts of Glacier National Park. In this episode we give you a history of the Going-to-the-Sun Road as parts remains open all year and provide access to many locations and activities. The opening of the alpine portion varies, based on snowfall and plowing progress.
We dive into the history of the Oregon Trail. The Oregon Trail was a 2,000+ mile route from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon City, Oregon
traveling through six different states including Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and Oregon. The trail was used by hundreds of thousands of American pioneers in the mid-1800s to emigrate west.
Description: We will share with you our travel update from the Grand Teton National Park to Helena, MT to getting jobs at Glacier National Park. We will give a history lesson about Gebo, WY an old west ghost town that we discovered when dispersed camping.
9 Unique Things to do as you Road Trip to Yellowstone National Park: https://www.unnamedadventures.com/adventure-blog/june-26th-2019
Gebo, WY - Campsite Review: https://youtu.be/ZDwd73Q1FOA
Sarah and Andy join us from the Twin Cities of MN for today’s podcast. They have a blog called Hiking Thru Life and are passionate about the outdoors and using it as a tool to keep peace in the chaos of day to day life and are working towards pursuing that dream this summer with helping others get out doors.
Hiking Thru Life: https://hikingthrulife.net/
*Gear Recommendation* Sawyer Permethrin: https://www.unnamedadventures.com/our-gear.html
*Gear Recommendation* Sawyer Picaridin: https://www.unnamedadventures.com/our-gear.html
Boundary Waters: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/superior/specialplaces/?cid=fseprd555184
Minnesota Rovers: https://mnrovers.org/
Episode Description: Amy Hatch, co-founder of Garage Grown Gear, joins us on today’s podcast and shares about their online store which supports the growth of small outdoor companies, startups, and cottage industry vendors.
Check the Garage Grown Gear website for sweet gear need from local companies. https://www.garagegrowngear.com
Looking to buy a used car on budget? Check out this blog article for some guidance: Buying a Used Vehicle on a Budget
Episode Description: On today's episode we will bring you along our side as we tour Mammoth Cave National Park. Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. This is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored.
Episode description: We share about our travels through Kentucky and our adventures to Mammoth Cave National Park, Woodford Reserve and Old Forester Distillery along with visiting the prestigious Churchill Downs track, home of the Kentucky Derby!
Episode description: We share an update on our hiker trailer upgrades and what we have been up to in LA (Lower Alabama) such as checking out the Mobile Tensaw River (which is part of the Mississippi Delta) and the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge.
Episode description: We share about our wonderful few days in Charleston, SC and how we purchased our first travel trailer while on our drive to Lower Alabama!
82 Queen Restaurant - https://www.82queen.com
Charleston City Market - https://www.thecharlestoncitymarket.com
Folley Beach - https://www.follybeach.com
Historic Angle Oak Tree - http://www.angeloaktree.com
Angle Oak Restaurant - http://www.angeloakrestaurant.com
Campers Inn RV - https://www.campersinn.com/Jacksonville
Thousand Trails Campgrounds - https://www.thousandtrails.com
Episode description: One of the most commonly-practiced trades in 18th-century Virginia, shoemaking. Techniques were rediscovered in the study of 18th-century shoes and evidence in the shop's apprenticeship program.
Episode description: The Peyton Randolph house was the home to one of America's most prominent families and was a stark contrast between freedom and slavery. The tour offered a deeper knowledge of the early African American experience and shared how the enslaved members of the household struggled to find their own roads to freedom.
Episode description: Merriment and friendliness were specialties of the house at Wetherburn's Tavern, which is an original building. The tour gave us a glimpse into the private lives of Henry Wetherburn, his family, and his slaves, who made the tavern one of the most successful of the 1750s.
Episode description: The Governor's Palace is set for the years immediately prior to the Revolution. It was home to seven royal governors and the first two elected governors in Virginia, the Palace was meant to project British authority and wealth. From the large display of period swords and guns to the elegant décor and grand ballroom, the Palace was built to impress.
Episode description: Caesar Hope was a celebrated figure who served the most notable gentlemen of the time. We stopped in to his shop and and learned about his life of slavery, freedom, and enterprise.
AT thru hike comes to an end and turns into a section hike | Final mileage on the AT 77.8 | Day 12 | Dicks Gap to Top of Georgia Hiker Center where we got a shuttle to head back to get our vehicle and decide on what our next adventure will be!
Episode description: This week we will give you a final update about our thru hike trip preparations as we had head down to Georgia. We are also joined with Katey Lane, the Founder of Wool-it which is 100% natural New Zealand wool and used as a skin cushion to prevent blisters. You can check out Wool-It at www.woolit.co.nz
Episode Description: We share our most recent thru hike preparation and we start our road trip to Georgia. Also, we will be joined by Lyndsay Hupp, who founded Huppy Bar, which are adventure inspired and handcrafted nut and seed bars Show Notes: Huppy Bar - huppybar.com Follow Unnamed Adventures on Facebook to be notified when a new blog article is posted or a podcast episode is published. - www.facebook.com/unnamedadventures Products referenced in this episode! - https://www.unnamedadventures.com/our-gear.html
Episode description: This week we will give you an update about our thru hike trip preparations and answers to the numerous questions we have received about our upcoming adventure on the AT! Submit your questions at https://www.unnamedadventures.com/podcast.html
Episode Description: We share an update on our trip prep. Also, John Gill and Drew Copeland join us today to share about their guiding and trekking company, Outdoor Explore, located in Vancouver, British Columbia. Show Notes: Outdoor Explore Adventure Co. - https://outdoor-explore.com Follow Unnamed Adventures on Facebook to be notified when a new blog article is posted or a podcast episode is published. - www.facebook.com/unnamedadventures Products referenced in this episode! - https://www.unnamedadventures.com/our-gear.html
Episode description: on our second episode we discuss the logistics of thru hiking the Appalachian Trail. These topics include food, hygiene, sleeping, gear, hiking with our dog, trail magic, and our finances for the trail!
Show notes: Appalachian Trail thru hike budget https://www.unnamedadventures.com/adventure-blog/our-appalachian-trail-thru-hike-budget If you like what you heard write a review on Apple (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/unnamed-adventures), Anchor (https://anchor.fm/unnamedadventures), or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Episode description: Our first episode we talk about why we decided to quit our jobs to travel full time and to kick off this life change with a thru hike of the Appalachian Trail! Show Notes: Blog post: Our Appalachian trail thru hike budget - https://www.unnamedadventures.com/adventure-blog/our-appalachian-trail-thru-hike-budget Blog post: How we paid off $132,408.98 in 24 months - https://www.unnamedadventures.com/adventure-blog/how-we-paid-off-13240898-in-24-months Follow us Instagram at www.instagram.com/unnamedadventures and we would love your support through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/unnamedadventures