We’re Back!

When a thirty-year-old RV loses a transmission, it’s often time to say goodbye. Unless you are lucky enough to have a neighbor with a passion for old Toyotas,and a barn full of parts, and a kind heart. Stay tuned – we are back on the road!

Top 5 Reasons I Like our Windows Phone for RV Use

I suppose I should admit that I agree with comedian Louis CK’s assertion that even the lousiest cell phone is AMAZING. But I have also come to have a hard time remembering how we survived before we could call – let alone access virtually any fact known to man – from the road. We had…

Lots of heat…

…an oil lamp, set low and placed under a metal stove hood, produces. Set low, they burn forever. The stove hood makes an amazingly efficient radiator, absorbing the lamp’s heat and transferring it to much more surface area’s worth of air. Give it a try and watch your thermostat trip 80% less often!

New Mexico Bound

Meg and I have landed a workamp gig on a horse farm! Well, it’s actually an RV park which caters to folks that are traveling with horses. Meg went to school in Santa Fe and has been looking forward to showing me everything that makes the West beautiful for years. I can’t wait to see…

Please don’t sue me for this…

We love LPG. Both our stove and fridge are incredibly efficient. The furnace, well, they had to design it with carbon monoxide emission safety as priority one, so it’s nowhere near as efficient. But the shower situation, with a 6-gallon tank, was neither efficient nor comfortable. It was the one appliance that made me miss…

We’re not homeless…we just don’t have an address

It’s not for everyone. Neither is submarine service. But if you find “tiny” & “cozy” synonymous, the lack of mortgage, utility and cable bills is refreshing. It’s an ugly thing on the outside (we know that), but the inside is more and more like a sleeper compartment in a rail car. With a kitchen. And…