Couple Sold Everything to Live Their Nomadic Dream

Isabelle and Antoine are a couple from Quebec who decided to live their dream. Both 36 years old, the two left behind their engineer careers, sold everything they had, and went on a traveling adventure in their four-wheeler. Their journey began two years ago, back in 2017 when they moved into their van.

“After almost 2 years on the road, we still fully enjoy being nomad,” the couple shared on Fubiz. “Because our travels focus on mountain biking and backcountry skiing, we’ve spent most of our time on the west coast of North America; the riding possibilities are endless there! We keep a journal of our travels and we published a few guides on how to live on the road here.”

Scroll down and follow their remarkable journey below.

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