About


My name is Jeffrey Strain and I am a digital nomad. I make my living on the Internet as a professional blogger, so as long as I have an Internet connection, I can do my job. Since I have the option of working wherever I may be, I chose to travel full-time instead of buying a house. This allows me to get around quite a bit.

When I first started my digital nomad life about two years ago, I quickly fell in love with the national parks and the national monuments across the United States. I now make an effort to get to as many national parks and national monuments as I can each year. Since I am traveling to national parks and national monuments on a regular basis, and have been sharing the photos and experiences I have had at them with my friends and family, I decided that I should also share them with anybody else who would like to know more about them. Thus I have started this blog.

My hope is that this blog will not only be about my experiences. I have set it up so that anyone who has traveled to a national park or a national monument can write about their experience and upload photos that they have taken. Together I hope that we can build a quality base of experiences to share with anybody who’s thinking about visiting a particular national park or national monument. I hope that you enjoy exploring the blog and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

2 Responses to About

  1. Lynton Vandersteen says:

    Jeff,
    Thank you for sharing your experiences. I always look forward to your next blog/post. I appreciate your attention to detail and the way you “report” objectively yet offer your opinion on occasion.
    Lynton

  2. As an avid outdoor person in the Pacific Northwest, I envy your nomadic lifestyle and emulate your online career. Keep up the good work and thank you for doing it.

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