Saturday, November 16, 2019 FH was bored, so I invited him to come out and spend the day at River Song. I had found the perfect spot to build a “shed” the previous weekend, and I wanted to get back out there again and clear out more deadfall. This was…View More The Hippie and the Engineer
Wednesday, November 27, 2019 I volunteered to provide the turkey for this year’s Thanksgiving family feast. My ex had suggested we all just go out to a fancy restaurant, but I like eating at home with family. Even if it isn’t my home. So I offered to bring the turkey,…View More Turbacken versus Power and the Empty Propane Tanks
Monday, November 25, 2019 I spent a few hours out here yesterday, a well-deserved break after a nearly week-long conference. I was tired and had a headache; I was done peopleing, and I knew the fresh air would make me feel better. Plus, I had talked to a tree trimming…View More River’s Edge
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 I haven’t really published much on Tiny Living, mainly because I really don’t feel like I have a lot to contribute to the subject. I’m not an expert. I’m just somebody who lives in a tiny space. And, I haven’t been living in one very long–only…View More Plumbing Issues
Friday, June 21, 2019 It’s been almost a month since I first saw that little piece of property overlooking the river, and I’ve been thinking about it every day. Every time I compare the positives with the negatives, the positives win. Every. Single. Time. Negatives: It’s on a busy highway.…View More I Did It!
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 RV and I finally met up! It had taken several weeks, but we finally got together to look at the property on the river. I hadn’t been able to get this little place off my mind, and I was eager to see it again. I had…View More A Second Look
Saturday, May 25, 2019 I’ve always wanted my own place on the water. Ideally, it would be a house built on the edge of a rocky cliff overlooking the ocean, with my own private little sandy beach down below. I’d have the best of both worlds: a front-row view of…View More A River Runs Through It