You’ve seen Russ & Laura of PathLessPedaled.com profiled here on Part Time Vagabond, but I thought it was fitting to have them close out Road Trip Month with a different perspective of life on the road. Long term road tripping has a unique set of challenges, but slow it down with only two wheels, and […]
National Trails Day is this Saturday, June 5, 2010. It’s an annual event held by the American Hiking Society to foster awareness of local hiking, biking, and walking trails and engage the public in the protection, conservation, and sheer enjoyment of these trails. In Portland, Maine alone, there are over 50 miles of trails overseen […]
In Part 4 of my interview with Russ & Laura from The Path Less Pedaled, Laura describes one of her favorite parts of their trip: Coasting down into the redwoods from Oregon. Take a look.
Our daily lives can be quite hectic without us even realizing it. Even if you take a vacation, you try to pack as many sights into a short period of time as you can because you see the end before the trip even begins. But when you have no firm end date in sight, when […]
Stuff. Everybody has it, and most of us have too much. It hides in corners and under beds. It clutters our closets and our drawers. We hide stuff in pantries and under sinks and hell, right out in the open. Knicknacks, curios, trinkets, souvenirs, and thingamajigs fill our lives, and because we clean and neaten […]
Some people are homebodies. Creating a close network of family and friends in a relatively small area keeps them grounded and safe. They have a local community to support them. This works for most people in life. But some people find that their lives are lacking something in their current situation. Their worlds have been […]
Oh the power of Twitter! Thanks to that wonderful service, I was able to procure a pair of STABILicers from 32North to evaluate. Here’s the unboxing, and stay tuned to PTV for the review of the product – once it snows!