Before we even arrived at the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire, I was warned by a fellow traveler to make sure and purchase the state’s safe hiking card. That way, if I was injured in the backcountry and… Read More ›
An odd time where my house hibernates next to my boyhood home. The driver’s side window staring down into the kitchen like the eye of a great leviathan peering into the past…
Always on the Move
We pulled into Lake Mead last week, our little oasis in the desert. Coming back, I realize how much I loved this place the first time. It’s enchanting. The landscape this unrefined, unfinished sandbox of the gods. Ancient and wrinkled and weathered, scarred with jagged valleys and craggy heights, the lake rests like a gem on a mummified neck uncovered in some primordial tomb…
The Truth Behind Conspiracy Theories
My first instinct was to dismiss his assertion much like I was emptying our RV black tank full of two weeks of excrement into the sewer….
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….
Safe and Familiar isn’t an Option
In less than one week, the world will end. Off in the backcountry and hidden along forest roads, even I can’t shake the building tension. A defeatist atmosphere prevails over the formerly United States of America. The election countdown has become a doomsday clock. As that count winds down, half of the country expects the worst…
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…