Hello and Welcome!

Ronda Kaysen of the New York Times profiled us along with several other worldschooling families in her recent article titled The New Nomads: Have Wifi, Will Travel published on April 15, 2018. Naturally we were thrilled to talk about our adventure, including the trials of living in a 70 square foot camper and our hopes for returning to Seattle.

We talked with Ronda back in December 2017; since that time we’ve completed our 20,000 mile road trip from Seattle to Argentina, sold our camper, and have embarked on a new journey by plane that has thus far included Japan, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.

As of April 15, our family has recently landed in the Cappadocia region of Turkey. I am eagerly looking forward to a hot air balloon ride over the famous fairy chimneys; my family is equally adamant in their decision to stay firmly planted on solid ground. Following our time in Turkey we’ll likely head to Croatia and perhaps Scandinavia before returning to the United States in the summer.

 

We are slowly adding posts from our time in South America; we’re a bit more current with our travel locations over on our instagram account.

Thanks for joining us!

Sonja Jernstrom
April 2018

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, November 2017

 

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