I had the pleasure of chatting with Michelle Frechette on WPCoffeeTalk today. We talked about WordPress, my new site, and the fields API
Earlier this year we bought a used camper to put on our seasonal lot in Vermont. This post talks about the camper, and how it stacks up with our other campers.
We set up a shed on our seasonal lot in Vermont, and I’m so happy with the results. This post talks a bit about how we built the shed, and the platform it’s built on.
April Fool’s Day, 2023 will live forever in the highlight reel of our travel life. It was a day like most others, and we were in the midst of an ongoing casual conversation about what to do this summer. When we left Vermont last year, we set up a seasonal lot for this year, with… Continue reading Third travel-versary, A side quest
So, Devin bookends our day today 😂 We went out to explore Colonial Williamsburg today and I was really happy the weather cooperated as much as possible. No rain, lots of sun, but it was definitely chilly at 50 degrees with substantial wind. However, the kids were troopers. That said, I was not happy with… Continue reading Our Visit To Colonial Williamsburg
One of the biggest challenges that comes from our current phase of travel is that we rarely get an opportunity to get away from our kids. They’re always with us, simply because there’s nobody nearby to watch them and they’re too young to take care of themselves right now. We don’t send them to school,… Continue reading A Much-Needed Respite In Virginia
A deep look at our current camper, and how it compares to our previous camper.
A look back on our 2022 travels stop by stop with reflections and photos.
Musings about our return to a little spot in Hill Country, Texas.
Notes from the travelers, hooray! We are still here, still trucking, still weird. We find ourselves these days in the fine state of Vermont. We are really taking our time and drinking in the states we are visiting and it has been a really good change. Despite the fact that we are “taking our time”… Continue reading We’re Lake People Who Love Mountain Views