On our guided geology walk at Black Canyon National Park, Ranger Paul talked about the “overhead” of life, the things we need to do in
At 9200 feet above sea level, O’Haver Lake is a glassy oasis between surrounding peaks: Ouray, Cleveland, Sheep Northeast. And adjacent to this picture-postcard setting
tl;dr — Libbie’s rooftop solar generates all the power we need for extended boondocking. And that makes us happy. But if you want to know
That oversized roadside giant is Herkimer, a West Indian Hercules beetle who has signaled the May Family’s Natural History museum for over 50 years. It’s
Rachel and I are on the road to see America, to find Haven, and to live in the moment for every mile along the way.
This week that little climber in pink moved into her dorm at Colorado State University, her first home without a parent in it. This month
I love tent camping, but this isn’t that. Camping Is Roughing It Camping is hauling your food and water and shelter deep into the woods
On our adventures we’ll be relocating frequently. Our “plan” is to stay as long as we stay, then move on when it’s time. And every
It takes a lot of gear to live on the road. A lot. Not for everyone, of course. Johnny Appleseed could get along just fine,
We’ve well and truly done it. Rachel and I are living full-time in a house smaller any bedroom either of us has ever had before.