/ ˈhō-(ˌ)bō /
(n.) a migratory worker

/ ˈha-kr /
(n.) an expert at programming and solving problems with a computer

This blog begins when I graduated college and traveled west for work as a software engineer in California. After a year, I felt the road calling me. Though I was hired for a position in San Francisco, I found that my day-to-day work required no more than an internet connection.

Following in the footsteps of many hobos that traveled & worked throughout US America, I became a nomad. From as far north as Denali National Park in Alaska to as far south as Punta Arenas in Chile, this blog documents my journeys as a digital nomad--a Hobo Hacker.


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⚠ The stories and information posted here are largely artistic works of fiction and falsehood. Some stories are based on real events from my memories, but--in order to respect the privacy & anonymity of others--I have changed the names of individuals and places. I may have changed some identifying characteristics and details such as physical properties, occupations, places of residence, and the dates of events. Or I may have added superfluous fictional places or characters. Only a fool would take anything posted on this website as fact.