Slab city, the last free place in America, or so the sign says as you drive onto the old abandoned military base. Considered a required pilgrimage for most people living the RV or van life, I figured it was time to check it off my list. Damn, it’s definitely checked off. Slab city or, the slabs as the residents call it is a home to … Continue reading Slab City California
As I passed the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen at Yosemite national park I overheard her talking with her friends. “This trail isn’t that hard, when I was training for my second Iron Man race….” I wanted to throw a squirrel at her but unfortunately I couldn’t catch one. The hike to the summit of Half Dome is considered to be the most difficult … Continue reading Yosemite National Park Half Dome Hike
Three Months living in a van and I’m still alive and not regretting it. Complete with 70’s shag carpet, vans are once again becoming part of our culture. As retirement was going on it’s 3rd year I chose this lifestyle with the hope of discovering where I belong. Still searching for that answer I continue to explore and add more memories and experiences to my … Continue reading Three months of vanlife
And I thought I hated cooking two weeks ago. My second week in the van has revealed to me that I hate cooking even more now. My refrigerator is stocked to resemble my Italian Grandma’s whenever we went to visit. She stuffed so much food in there that the shelves literally sagged! Now I regress to the times of college when I lived with a … Continue reading Food caves and hookers oh my!
As this day comes to an end, so does my first week of van life. What is van life you ask? Simply put I have given up on the typical failing American dream and instead of living in a traditional home I have chosen to live in my van. The change is dramatic and requires a new way of thinking and approaching my day … Continue reading A new life adventure