I have adopted the introvert moniker, but I don’t know if that is the correct label. I guess it sounds much better than “guy that is content in his own world and doesn’t give a fuck about what other people think”. 😛
Now that is not meant to be hostile. I actually do love people. I just have a low bullshit tolerance.
Having said that, I also love music, so Coachella would seem to be a great festival to explore new music. And… it did not disappoint.
When I visited Hoover Dam yesterday, it was my intention to just scratch the surface. I had been there about 10 years ago, and I thought I had seen almost everything.
I was wrong.
When I arrived at the parking deck I was told that the tours were sold out for the day, so I opted to skip the deck and the $10 fee that it included. 😛
Meet Becky, she’s a young woman who wasn’t content to live a boring, mundane life so she hit the road in her Casita Travel Trailer and has been a full-time RVer for many years now. She tells us all about how she makes a living on the road, saves for the future and yet has an amazing life filled with joy, travel and fun. A life we all wish we had!
My spirit animal of the day is Paul Welkins. Check out the nomad bicycle camper he created.
You can buy the plans for this lil’ guy for $20. Plus… Paul has some other cool creations on his website.
Two days until my Scotty arrives, and I am filling my head with info on driving a RV and/or travel trailer.
I came across a series of five short videos from Mark Polk that may interest you if you’re a newbie like me.
Set Up for Turns