Tag: California

  • How You Can Turn Dinosaur Mechanics Into A Path for Simpler Living

    How You Can Turn Dinosaur Mechanics Into A Path for Simpler Living

    January started with a bang and then just about fizzled out before we had a chance to say goodbye. We moved back into our bus after being estranged from it for over six months. Wasting no time we headed out to the desert for a New Years Eve celebration with a junket of rambling friends. […]

  • USA Coast to Coast, New Directions Unfurl.

    USA Coast to Coast, New Directions Unfurl.

    From the Pizza Coast to the Burrito Coast, Our First Trip Across The USA In The New Bus. YES, we’re stoked. That raw, ‘butterflies in your stomach’ kind of excitement you get when you’re about to embark on something completely new. Kind of like when we first set out 3 years ago as nomads, it […]

  • NYE 2012 in the “Last Free Place on Earth” Slab City, California

    NYE 2012 in the “Last Free Place on Earth” Slab City, California

    We dry camped for six days at the Slabs. A place where everything, included the spirit is free. Is there more of “us” out there? Yes, there is. For the first time in our two years on the road, we met up with a group of like minded, professional, nomads. The group gathered from the […]

  • Year II: Bigger, in a Small Moment Kinda Way

    Year II: Bigger, in a Small Moment Kinda Way

    CITIES: Dulzura, San Diego, Murrieta, Hesperia, Atwater, Orangevale, Lakehead, CastellaSTATE: CaliforniaSEASON: Spring Hosts: Dad, Rhonda & Bryan, Uncle Scott & Aunt Sandy, Greg & Lynette, Kristen & Bill, Mom & Charlie. With our fuel injected 7.5 liter, V-8 aluminum can on wheels, we pointed North toward Shasta. We left our winter camp in San Diego […]

  • Friends of the Cheddar Yeti: Mom & Charlie Lopez

    Friends of the Cheddar Yeti: Mom & Charlie Lopez

    CITY: Lakehead STATE: California SEASON: Spring HOSTS: Mom and Charlie Lopez Hands down, one of the most rockin’ stops on our route. Of course it’s easy to be biased because, here resides my  Mom and my hometown of Lakehead. There are not enough thank you’s to go around here… from hospitality, which started with a […]