Author Archives: Iris
Do you live in a pickup, or a van? Maybe a motor home? Something other than a fixed structure like a house or apartment? Depending on your local laws, you could very well be considered to be as homeless as … Continue reading
The last day I’ll ship something ordered for Christmas is the 15th of December. There are always shipping delays of one type or another this time of year, and I want the packages to have the best chance of making … Continue reading
Chess set now in the shop as well… fully playable, yet decorative at the same time!
Now I seem to have forgotten (if I ever knew) how to put a proper link in a post. So head on over to the Shop and check out the Building Logs!
Seasons as a nomad. Each one has its own challenges. First off, winter, since we’re either headed into it or already there, depending on location. If you’re on foot, you’re out in the cold, slogging through snow. Sometimes fluffy white … Continue reading
Living in a car, van, motorhome or trailer and travelling around all the time can be seen as romantic and freeing. However, there are both benefits and drawbacks to a lifestyle of this nature. Benefits: Freedom to travel around when … Continue reading
Fall is here, which means harvest festivals, pumpkin patches, and Halloween. Kids have been back to school now for awhile, and they’re likely getting anxious for a break. I know I did, at this time of year. Though we didn’t … Continue reading
Traditionally, in late July and August people started thinking about the kids going back to school. Whether its elementary school, high school or college makes no difference, the first Tuesday in September after Labor Day was the first day of … Continue reading
4th of July feasting, nice and hot… swimming, boating, lots of fun. Just don’t drink alcohol and drive home; we don’t want fatalities! River walk, boat landing, riding down rapids on an inner tube… don’t forget the sunscreen so the … Continue reading