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Read moreRead moreA year ago, a friend introduced me to the idea of a nomad lifestyle.
A nomad is someone who lives in an RV for more than a year.
I went to my first nomad camp a couple of years ago, and I loved it.
I was hooked.
But it didn’t last.
It was too small, too isolated, and the camp was far away.
My friend and I found another one a few months later.
The camp was a small, remote spot in the middle of nowhere, but we liked it.
The people were friendly, and it was fun.
I’d stay with them for the first few months, and then I’d move on.
After my first camp, I went back to the U.S. for a few more months, but I ended up staying in a tiny town in rural Oregon for about two years.
In the U, nomads aren’t supposed to live in cities, but they do.
And they can still get a foot in that door if they stay in the rural areas.
In 2018, I was in an apartment in New York City when I got an email from an agent in Canada.
It said I could book my first RV.
She offered me a place in her new company, NomadRV.
She told me about her business and offered to help me find a home.
I agreed to rent out the RV and move to Canada.
I had a lot of questions about the company.
I wanted to know everything about it, how it was structured, who I could hire and what I could expect from it.
Then I thought about it: Did this company really have anything to do with my living in a small apartment?
If so, why didn’t I get a bigger apartment in Toronto or Montreal?
I had a feeling that my life might change if I went to a larger apartment.
So, I took the money.
I started with a place on the Upper East Side.
But after a few weeks, I realized I was missing out on a lot.
The city was crowded, so I was able to move into a condo with an Airbnb.
The next month, I moved into a bigger place, a place with a lot more people.
It took about a year to find the right place, and now it’s in the process of getting a new apartment.
What was I thinking when I signed up for this company?
I was really looking forward to moving out of my tiny apartment and moving into a larger place.
So I signed my lease with Nomad RV.
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