If you worked for over 30 years operating a bucket truck, would you, at some point, accept a promotion to a desk job? Not Bucket Truck Tim. He explains to Rhyze and I (who have meandered over to his worksite… Read moreA Bit of Perspective from Bucket Truck Tim
Two and a half weeks into our island life, we are beginning to get our sea legs. Last weekend, Bin and I finally took the plunge – we dove in, head first, into the Salish Sea and swam. It felt… Read moreIsland Life
In 1923, Garrett Morgan invented the yellow light (kind of). It was the beginning of automobile traffic and before his invention, automatic signs would tell street traffic to either stop or go. There was no “slow down.” Without time for… Read moreTaking Time to Adjust
this “tour” has been the adventure of a lifetime. we have gained insight, perspective, and peace. we’ve made new friends, deepened old friendships, and have become even closer as a family. and… we found a new place to call home!… Read morea new home for bazie!
we’ve visited Lawrence Kansas many times, but never like this. this time we are open to this being home. we’ve considered it for home in the past, but not as seriously as this time. this time, as we enter Lawrence… Read moreexperiencing Lawrence with open arms
“We live here!” says Rhyze to a family walking by our campsite. Yes, today, we live here. Bin and I have learned how to listen. It’s not about expectations or how everyone else lives their lives. that tiny (and sometimes… Read moreToday We Live Here
it’s my birthday and everything is perfect. we are camping – my partner, my son, my dog and I – in Lolo National Forest in Montana. Nobody is here. The trees are large. It’s raining. We have a fire going…. Read moreIt’s my birthday!
I’ve been here before. It’s a place, a time, a me, that I’ve been wanting to show Bin and Rhyze for many years. And it was many many years before that, that I was here. The Oregon coast. A place… Read moreFinding our Edges – And Letting Them Go
Control the amount of tics that use the dog to enter your van sleeping area. do this by painstakingly removing every tic you can find from the dog before she enters the van, and then all the rest of the… Read morelife in a van
It is said that children find their equilibrium by spinning in circles and by swinging and tumbling upside down. Their little bodies need to learn their limits to find their center. (Look up Vestibular Systems for more information). Perhaps it’s… Read moreWe Are Finding Our Center