Monday, November 13, 2017
Saturday, November 11, 2017
I’ve had yet another change and loss happen in my life. I’m not ready to talk about it yet, but I know what to do: NOTHING. You’ll have to watch the video to see exactly what I mean by that. Plus, see my very first campsite in Quartzsite, AZ from 3 winters ago as I revisit it today. And meet a lot of my earth angels from out here on the road. It’s a good life. KOKO!
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Yikes! My beloved laptop, a wonderful gift, now has a crack in the screen. It was sitting on my bed in 60-62 degree temps, and the sun wasn’t on it when I stepped outside for breakfast, but evidently it shined on it once the sun came over the mountain for maybe 15-20 minutes max! It was early in the morning (8AM) so I had not put my shade cloth or screens up yet. Here’s a shocker - the desert sun and electronics do not mix! I am so mad at myself! I depend on my computer for a LOT, plus I don’t know what this will mean for my YT channel, but I will check into it and see if I can get it fixed. If not, I’ll do what I can with my phone. Yikes. KOKO!
Special Note: Robert and I have decided on the dates we’ll be at Rice Ranch in Quartzsite, AZ. We hope it is a venue where we can meet up with our wonderful viewers. Come join us, December 12-19, 2017. We look forward to seeing you there!
Rice Ranch in Quartzsite, AZ
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
This is a follow-up to my last video, "Being Responsible Fulltime Nomads & Vandwellers. Know Before You Go. GET A PERMIT!" You can see that post below this one. It is challenging enough out here to be seen as respectable citizens without other knuckleheads making it more challenging. I belong to a respectable, law-abiding, caring community and I explore the differences in this video.
SPECIAL NOTE: Robert and I have decided on the dates we’ll be at Rice Ranch in Quartzsite, AZ. Come join us, December 12-19, 2017. We look forward to seeing you there!
I maintain that we ALL are stewards of our great land, not just in the United States, but everywhere! As nomads, we are perhaps more attune to nature than most and I believe we owe a special debt to the land we camp on. We should work hand-in-hand with the governing agencies of the lands we are so blessed to camp on. It is our responsibility, and it is up to each of us to KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! Be responsible, honorable and conscientious nomads and fulltime vandwellers. KOKO!