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
Well! we needed some kind of wall organizer in our garage above our shoe rack. Mainly to hang some of the quick grab necessities such as hiking poles, flashlight, umbrella etc… Since, we had several scrap wood (Pine) lying around from previous projects, I thought why not make some use out of it. Hence, this […]
Be it a garage, office, pantry or wardrobe, labeling is one of the most useful strategy for organizing your things. It could be the good old style of writing with markers or using store bought fancy labels or using chalk labels etc. It is not just useful, but creates a tidy satisfying look to the […]
Want a T shirt with your favorite quote on it? Well, with Cricut you can make it in no time. I have done DIYs before using store bought stencils, hand drawn templates and then colored them with fabric paint. Its a long and heedful process but they do work well. The main drawback is that […]
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It was a Christmas eve filled with Spectacular scenic drive, breathtaking sunset, mesmerizing night sky and truly magical sunrise! This blog is a continuation from our post “A day in Marfa”. Feel free to check it out. After enjoying the delicious Marfa burritos for breakfast, we headed to Big Bend Ranch State Park taking the […]
The time we drove to Inuvik, Canada Inuvik is an arctic town in Northwest territory of Canada situated north of Arctic circle. After crossing the Arctic circle, this town was our next destination. There is only one road that connects this town to rest of the world. Its the challenging “Dempster highway” that starts from […]
All good things are wild and free – Henry David Thoreau. This is about our adventurous hike to the Saskatchewan Glacier located near the Columbia Icefield in Banff National Park. We are not a fan of huge crowds or touristy spots. Driving through the less traveled routes, camping off the beaten paths, hiking and soaking […]