GREAT THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO ARE LATE
Life is hard, don't be in a rush
At the ripe age of 33, we found ourselves in the work-to-consume cycle, living for the weekend, and wondering when life picked up and moved on without us. What started as innocent dreaming over campfires deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest, slowly manifested into a passion project as we begin to build out our adventuremobile, a Toyota T100 named El Gaucho. Regardless of what the future held for us, weekend warriors or amateur overlanders, we knew putting our energy and resources into our truck was our ticket to freedom. Surrounded by a community of adventurers made the dream and build out a reality. With a small chunk of money saved up and a truck fit to house two people, we chose to leave behind the comforts of a life laid out ahead of us in search of adventure and uncertainty.
So maybe we're a little late to the quit-your-job-and-travel party, but we're excited to be taking the plunge into the world of nomads and overlanders, with our main focus on prioritizing travel and adventure while making a greater connection to the beautiful landscapes and communities all around us.
We're Noah and Amalie, and we're Destined For Lateness.