About The Nomad Studio
This is a nomad couple’s digital diary about their personal travel adventures, favorite food experiences and DIY projects.
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Other than the time we spend on traveling together, we also enjoy watching movies in drive-in theaters or in our home theater with bluerays. Sure, Redbox and thanksgiving sale comes in handy. We have a personal database with our ratings and watch list in IMDB.
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creative nook Style your space with these Do It Yourself Projects
Easy and simple DIY to make your own Fridge magnets. I bought these wood buttons very long ago and I am glad it finally made its way as cool decor on my Refrigerator. 🙂 Those blue marbles are leftover from the earlier project DIY succulent Planter. Supplies : Wood buttons – 3/4″ or flat bottom […]
There is no limit to what you can make items you purchase from a dollar store. This is an extremely easy DIY of adorable succulent planter. These will be a great addition to your work table top, shelves , side table or even night stand. Generally, plants are great decor pieces and it complements to […]
I had these two old canvas printed photo frames that’s been lying around for a long time. As we were not displaying them anymore, I wanted to re-purpose them into something nicer. Hence for this project, I am going to up-cycle those two wood frame into a wall shelf and wall Light. Its an easy […]
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Road trip through the Alaskan Highway has been one of our adventurous with wild life encounters and breathtaking views. In this journey, Watson lake is one of our recommended places to stop and spend a few hours before moving on. Watson Lake Signpost Forest and Information Center It was 1942 and an US soldier working […]
Liard river hot springs is located along the ALCAN Highway about 200 km from Watson lake and 66 km from Muncho lake in Canada. This is our first Hot spring experience. During our roadtrip through Alaska highway in 2017 we passed this place twice. Both the times we had some excuse to skip. But this […]
Kiskatinaw River Bridge is an old wooden bridge along the old Alaska highway. It stands strong till today as the proof of an engineering marvel on the Alaska highway corridor. The construction of this bridge began in 1942 in order to replace the temporary crossing built by US while building the pioneer road. It is […]