Eventually you pull yourself away, with an illusion of comfort from the fire’s heat, and head to bed.
Except for the COVID shutdown, I tend to be in and out of my house. Sometimes I’m home for a visit, and sometimes for a stay. The difference between the two is four weeks. Anything more than a month is a stay. When I do stay home, it’s always an adjustment for both my husbandContinue reading “Home Routine”
Working in Maritime can be challenging. It’s not like other jobs, where you go for a couple of interviews and that’s that. There are requirements to be met, and agencies to appease, and if the bureaucracy gods smile not upon you, sometimes, plans are foiled. Thus, here I am, delayed from starting my new adventureContinue reading “Foiled, But Flexible”
Amongst my people, we say Safety Third, something I learned while working for Burning Man. It basically implies that you are responsible for your own safety, so plan accordingly. In my current life, I travel, a lot. After building and equipping my truck camping rig, (does it need a better name?) I added some safetyContinue reading “Safety Third”
I was talking to a friend recently, describing all the things I carry in my truck. It’s a lot of stuff. It was a lot before I built out the back for Truck Camping, so now it’s even more. I carry camping supplies and food and water, and a lot of sundries like duck tapeContinue reading “Being Prepared”
I bought a canopy for my truck this year. Having a shell has multiple advantages that benefit my lifestyle. First, I don’t have to tarp my truck bed when hauling things. I also have a place to store things when I’m on the boat and the truck is parked. And now, I’ve transformed the coveredContinue reading “The Hooch”