About Us.

Our mission is to share our early-retired, full-time, traveling lifestyle with you

Nomads. Vegan. Hikers. Let’s adventure together.

handsome hiking couple

Avid adventurers. Global circumnavigators. Hikers. Early retired. Full-time travelers.

We’re Chris and Steve. We’ve sold it all, retired from Corporate America, packed our two carry-ons, and fled out into the world.

We love to share hiking, housesitting and vegan-eating tips, while embracing our full-time traveling lifestyle. Together, we’ve visited over 62 countries and all 50 states and want to share tips with you about how to get out there and do the same.

Our annual budget is about $50,000 to travel the world full-time. The secret to our affordable lifestyle is through strategic accommodations via housesitting and Airbnb stays. We throw in travel hacking to make things interesting.

Be sure to read Chris’ adventures in her books:

Author: Two Travel Ons and a Plan: Retiring as Full-time Traveling Nomads
Author: Discovering Denver Parks

Author: Best Urban Hikes: Denver
Author: Walking Denver’s Neighborhoods
Author: Travel Magic Postcards, Vignettes from the Walking Traveler
Contributing Author: The High Line Canal Guide

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Motivational Speaker

A fun and engaging speaker, Chris speaks about using walking as a tool to find peace, connection, and mental clarity. Through fun stories of her adventures around the world by foot, she weaves together a motivating story of how walking can open up doors of creativity and help anyone break out of their comfort zones into their lives. Available as a keynote speaker, both in person and virtually, she’s ready to rev up your teams. Contact her now.

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Accolades & Publications

Whether speaking, advocating, or leading, Chris eloquently motivates walkers to engage in walking as the platform for life.

Speaking Events

“Finding Walking Advocates” | National Walking Summit |Washington, DC.
“Walking Is Every Day” | Kiwanis | Denver, CO
“Promoting Walking thru Social Media” | Walk2Connect | Denver, CO
“Round the World in 30 Days, You Can Too” | Pearson Education WILL Event | Centennial, CO

Awards and Accolades

Walking College Fellow | America Walks | Washington, DC
Walking Movement Leader | Walk2Connect | Denver, CO
Good Neighbor Award | Denver Department of Environmental Health | Denver, CO
Winner: PhotoVoices Photo Contest | Denver Environmental Health | Denver, CO
Faces of Stapleton | Stapleton Forest City | Denver, CO

Publications

Walking with Denver’s Bison” | Watchboom.com | Denver, CO
“Where to Hike with Bison” | TravelDudes.org | Denver, CO
“Making Friends while Walking” | Walk2Connect.com | Denver, CO
“Return to the Roaring 20’s: Saenger Theatres Then and Now” | Coast Magazine | New Orleans, LA
“Saenger Theatre Comes to Life Again” | Pensacola Magazine | Pensacola, FL
“Take a Hike!” | Pensacola Magazine | Pensacola, FL
“Power Writing for Executive Women” | Ghost Writer | Patricia Westheimer, Scott Foresman and Company
Travel Magic Postcards | Amazon | Denver, CO

As Featured In

Entrepreneur
Central Park
Thrive Global
Walk2Connect
Authority Magazine
Front Porch Logo
Denver Post
New Chinese Net
America Walks
Streets Blog Denver

 

Recent Posts

Walking Scotland–An Outlander Experience on the Great Glen Way

Walking Scotland–An Outlander Experience on the Great Glen Way

Hiking, Haggis and Humor in the Highlands I met a real Jamie Fraser on my hike through Scotland on the Great Glen Way. Actually, his name was Steve, and he was our guide on the 79-mile hiking adventure along the Caledonian Canal in the Highlands of Scotland. But he...

Walking and Biking Easter Island Rapa Nui

Walking and Biking Easter Island Rapa Nui

Walking and Biking Easter Island Rapa Nui I cried the first time I saw the Easter Island statues, the Moai. Maybe it was that I had been waiting since 5th grade to see these magnificent sculptures, or perhaps it was the exceedingly difficult bike ride I had taken to...