Lessons Learned: Our Not So Barn Cats

Milly likes to supervise Martha and Moxie's dinner time Milly sharing her bed with Moxie (front) and Martha (leg draped) Our family has never been cat people. Lindsey and I both had them as kids, but having a house cat has never really appealed to us. Plus, I’m allergic to them, so having itchy eyes … Continue reading Lessons Learned: Our Not So Barn Cats

In Search of a Sunken Ship

I'm currently sitting in Maui, Hawaii, with a couple days left on our family vacation, waiting for it to get light out so that I begin my search once more. I'm staying on Sugar Beach, and there is a rumor of a sunken sailboat just a little way offshore in water shallow enough that it … Continue reading In Search of a Sunken Ship

Talk to People

A fellow traveler in Crescent City with a Four Wheel Camper Project M on a Toyota Tacoma We just returned from a family road trip filled with adventures seeing national parks, exploring towns, and playing in a bunch of bodies of water. We camped, we Air B&B’ed, and we stayed in hotels. We love getting … Continue reading Talk to People

Play Time

As I have been talking to people over the last couple months the consistent theme is what they now see as important is a lot different than a year ago. They are trading maximizing the dollars they can make for enjoying what they do every day and who they do it with. Spending time with … Continue reading Play Time

Quirks

As we go about our daily lives we interact with all sorts of people. Some we know intimately and others we share the briefest of moments as we pass by them in life. From our closest friends and family to the barista at the coffee shop we get know the people in our lives from … Continue reading Quirks