We’ve left the mysterious streets and cobblestone lanes of Providence behind for the pleasant weather out on Cape Cod. We’re actually on the Plymouth side of the Cape Cod Canal. One heavily backed up bridge away from the cape itself…. Read More ›
News from the Rhode
Come on, we all love puns. Write? Okay, apologies for that one… Transitioning back into nomad mode hasn’t been as rough as I worried it might be. I’ll be the first to admit I was uncertain. COVID really altered the… Read More ›
Spring? In the White Mountains?
In my last post, I mentioned preparing to get our nomad life up and running once again. Well, last weekend we completed the move out of our colonial sanctuary and are finally back in our primary residence, the wheeled adventure lodge known as Discovery.
Ready to Hit the Trails…
If you recall, us southerners purchased a property up north. Far north. About as far as you can go before we have to change citizenship.
As the timing would have it, we ended up spending the winter here too. Lots of cozy days and nights spent by the wood stove. Even a brief dip down to wind chills of -27…
Missing Lake Mead
I’m currently plugging away at book two of the upcoming series. And while I peruse old photos and leaf through trail maps, I’m reminded of how much I miss this place…
Nomad No More? Writing Update and Other News
First off: The current word count for the first book of my Thriller series is at 82,366.
I’d planned for 80k and after a solid editing pass, it might get cut down to that. But right now, the hero is locked in the back of a squad car in the middle of a raging gun battle and has to figure out how to escape before he can take down the militia sent to round him up…
What to Do with Your Poo – And Other Nomad Questions…
This year, RV purchases went wild and prices soared astronomically. #VanLife is trending. People are working remote, thinking about their options. It’s the post-COVID normal. But if you’re living and working in the great outdoors like me, the surge of new, inexperienced campers has posed some unique challenges…
A Nomad’s Work is Never Done
Far from an inconvenient mess, the ordeals all become part of the adventure. New experiences, new places, new faces, a few risks along the way – that’s the life we’ve chosen, the nomad life.
Giving Thanks in Isolation
I’m not an alarmist. And I don’t seek my answers from political pundits in matters of health and safety. I have my own biases, certainly. But when it comes to critically evaluating information, I seek the truth.
The truth is, I can’t go home….
Don’t fret about funding your dream. Live it.
Free, transparent systems are the future. Control is achieved through opacity. An open society will set us free. But you can be free now…