I’ll do a nice long post about fixing the place up later, once work on the house has been done. BUT! I can’t resist sharing some photos of the work that’s already happened. (Click to embiggen.) We put in a pad of compacted road base and decomposed granite for the horses. The soil here is […]
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The Year of the Move, Pt. 4
So. I’m a little less poor and a little less plump and a little less rested, and I’m alive. I’ve recalibrated my scale of suffering. I’ve officially lost the only home I’ve ever had. More of my belongings are in storage than are with me. I have a dwelling, but not a home. Where the […]
The Year of the Move, Pt. 1
In a post earlier this year, I mentioned that my grandmother had died and that I was having to move. I also mentioned that I might, at a later point, talk about those rather large pieces of news. This is that later point. I won’t name names. I’ll maintain something approaching plausible deniability. But this, […]
Slow Travel and the Cult of Productivity
While advances in technology promise we can do more, faster, sometimes slowing down is the only way to get anything done. Plus, the views are better.