Nomadr

Age: 45-55

Member since April 2016

Fulltime traveler - disguised as a web developer.

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I started fulltiming in December of 2006. It has changed a lot over the years, which is what I enjoy about the lifestyle. I enjoy finding places where I can take my Jeep out on adventures, go hiking, enjoy the outdoors, and still have a good internet connection.

I also spend time in the eastern plains of Colorado on my son's farm. I enjoy working with the pigs, and spending time out in rural Colorado.

Skills & Expertise to Share

I work as a web programmer, specializing in small, specialty built database applications. I am also pretty handy around the RV, home, and farm.

Nomadr's Pets

My travel companion is a Miniature Schnauzer named Rubi.

Favorite Boondocking Locations

Southern Utah, Arizona, Southern California, Colorado

Nomadr's Hometown

Originally from San Jose, California

Memberships

RVillage Member
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Nomadr's Guest Details

Nomadr's Rig

Rig Type: Class A

40 feet long

My home is a 2006 Monaco 40PLQ. This is a 40', quad slide Class A diesel pusher. I pull a 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.

Nomadr's Travel Preferences

  • Has a tow vehicle
  • Travels with pets
  • Has slideouts

Nomadr Has 1 Host Location

Cope America

Cope, CO, US
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Nomadr's References (5)

References from Guests (5)

Buswithus

June 2018

Quiet stay

We only spent a night at this location but it was a nice quiet relaxing night. Even though the host wasn’t there he made sure his son took care of us. Also my husband loved the abandoned motel because he loves that kind of stuff.


SierraViews

January 2018

Unexpectedly delightful!

We stopped for one night and our host could not have been more accommodating and helpful. The spot is a deserted old hotel on the side of the road but turned out to be wonderfully comfortable. We had our host over for cocktails and had a delightful visit with he and his dog. We even got a personal tour of the pig farm the next morning. We loved this experience.

Sorry for the late reference, we have been traveling for several months and just got home a few days ago!


TandT Travel

October 2017

quiet spot

This was a great spot for us to rest for the night before driving west on I70. It was quiet and we were protected from the wind which came up through the early morning.

Directions to the area were spot on and all correspondence with Nomadr was responded quickly -- important for us when we're on the road and want to make sure we have a place to set up.

We had access to 20amp so did not require our generator. Verizon signal was strong which enable us to watch Netflix. There was some traffic noise from the occasional transport truck during the day but did not hear anything through the night.

We drove away at sunrise on route 36 to Denver and saw what we think were pronghorn antelope. It's a nice road with passing lanes.

Unfortunately, we did not meet our host.

T&T


Isaac-1

September 2017

Great stop in eastern Colorado

This was a great stop for me in eastern Colorado with a great host, when I was on my way to Wyoming last month to view the big solar eclipse. I had intended to stay for 2 nights, but ended up leaving after just one night due to changes in the weather forecast. There is not much if anything to the town, though it looks to have once been a thriving small town some decades ago, almost a modern ghost town, while there are a number of residences remaining there are no functioning businesses and there don't appear to have been any in a number of years.


hellofreedom

June 2017

Serene setting in east Colorado farm community off Highway 36

There’s an old saying that “I showed up as a stranger and left as a friend.” Even though I had never met our host (Nomadr) before, our experience visiting him was that we showed as friends and left as lifetime friends.

Cope Colorado is a very very small unincorporated farming-based community with a population of 169 (as of 2014). He helps his son run a pig farm there.

Our boondocking spot was about a mile away from the pig farm on property that has been in the family for generations. They were there to greet us, recommended the best spot to drop the rig, and gave us the lay of the land. I asked about his pig farm and the next day he picked us up to see the whole operation during feeding time. We loved it.

The Verizon signal was excellent with a nearby tower. We were able to work during our stay no problem. I particularly enjoyed watching the big rig trucks in all shapes and sizes rolling past during the day. Nighttime was pretty darn quiet.

Our host made time to come visit with us during our stay and even invited us over for some BBQ pork and fresh vegetables. Yummmm.

He is a pioneer in the full-timer community as the founder of NuRVers whom Technomadia described as a community of alternative minded ‘young at heart RVers’. Indeed, NuRVers.com began before Facebook and served as an early online meeting place for the more Internet based generation of full-timers. He also created an online system for running your Pig farm business more efficiently.

If you are looking to take the road less traveled away from the Interstate through northern Colorado, I highly recommend this little slice of heaven.