|June full moon 2012|
His blog, Cheap RV Living, showcases his observations, philosophies and plenty of visuals. Last week he took a lot of photos from Moab, just in a parking lot at the local grocery store he frequents there. This is for all the gypsy hearts I know who want to try out this life but say they can't afford to or the timing isn't right (I get that).
All vehicle photos credit: Bob - you can read the stories and see more photos here.
|Go anywhere. Anytime.|
|This one might clear some traffic for the driver|
|I personally would hate the carrier but practical is practical|
|Just a little peace|
But for those of you who think, live small? Why? I love my stuff! I love my space! here is a different point of view from the blog Slow Love Life written by Dominique Browning.
Once upon a time when I thought my life was going to be living in an old homestead on a large piece of land, with a lot of treasures (I never lived in a house with an attic, but at one time I had a lot of treasures taking up lots of space and enjoyed every bit of it - can you say 30+ boxes of books but they were all on shelves? Lots of shelves - and collections, many collections...), so I get her point of view. It's all good, if your stuff doesn't own you rather than you owning your stuff. Can you get into your garage or attic? Do you have storage units of stuff you haven't seen in years? That kind of owning you.
While I think her take is a little harsh, because nothing is for everyone, it is a good reminder that we all make home in different ways. And that's how I feel about that.
Look up tonight, from whatever your space is on the planet. We all eye own the moon. That's a lot of space.
Have a torrid Tuesday. Do something trackless.