Tag Archives: camping
Fall Camping in New England: A Reflection
As a New England native, naturally one of my favorite times of year is autumn. Nature comes alive (even as it kind of dies out) in a giant tapestry of colors that seem almost unnatural. Reds and oranges and yellows turn the landscape into a blanket that warms you even as temperatures drop. As the […]
Daydreaming of Summer
Is Glamping Really Camping?
Buggin’ out! How to make a Bugout Bag for fun and fear!
Bike Touring Bliss Interviews Path Less Pedaled Live
I got an email the other day letting me know that Russ & Laura from The Path Less Pedaled will be interviewed by Elise from Bike Touring Bliss. This….will be awesome. You need to check it out. The interview goes live TONIGHT! Tune in to Bike Touring Bliss at 9PM Eastern. You can even call […]
GEAR: Panniers & Peanut Butter bike camping gear e-book
Russ and Laura from The Path Less Pedaled have been mentioned many times on Part Time Vagabond, and have even contributed here and there. So when they asked me to review their new e-book, Panniers & Peanut Butter: The Path Less Pedaled Bike Camping Gear Guide, I jumped at the chance. After all, who wouldn’t […]
Welcome to Part Time Vagabond’s new writer!
I am supremely happy today to announce the first official writer to Part Time Vagabond (other than myself). Alexandra Munier runs the blog Broke207, and has posted to PTV before. She’s a fantastic writer with a biting wit and sharp sense of humor, knows a ton about having fun while living on the cheap, and […]
The Five The Five is a new feature on Part Time Vagabond that showcases an adventure, big or small, in five – and only five – photos with text (or minutes of video, minutes of sound, etc). Think of it as though you’re presenting your trip to a group of really interested friends; you tell […]
S24O Video Update #2
From day 2 of my first S24O camping trip. Tuesday, September 22, 2009.