Originally published March 5, 2018. Now that we have taken up residence in our old RV on my son and daughter’s mountain property we have a tradition of watching his and his wife’s young son Mason for a few hours at least once a week, so they can go on a date night or spend some quality solo-time together. We’ve […]Read more
So, here’s what happened…this time. I was coming out of a building in downtown Redding that I frequently visit that happens to be on a steep street. There are three, concrete steps directly outside the building, but thankfully there is also a wheelchair accessible ramp. Unfortunately, while the building has an ADA compliant wheelchair ramp, the VERY steep ramp leads directly […]Read more
Adventures In Downsizing Pt. II: Full-time RV living at its finest or living in a tin-can nightmare?
Since moving from a 7 bedroom, 3600 sq. ft. house in the city into a 300 sq. ft. RV to live off-grid, high in the mountains below Mt. Shasta nearly eight months ago, Robin and I have learned some very real and sometimes difficult – if not downright harsh – realities about full-time RV living. SEE RELATED: Adventures In Downsizing Pt. I: […]Read more
Since recently moving into the Intermountain Community below Mt. Shasta in Northern California from the Southern California desert, I have been spending more and more time just sitting outside, enjoying time by myself and the mountain silence while reflecting on my life. Sometimes I think about the life-goals I have already achieved, such as serving in the military and my time as a […]Read more