For those who aren’t on FB or IG, this article is a list of what we shared in our 2 days of travel.
But first, please be sure you’ve watched the video.
ICY WINTER STORMS
We left Wyoming Monday, February 5, and drove through 12+ hours of icy winter storms.
RUNNING FROM PANHANDLERS
We were going to rest awhile the next morning and get some work done but decided to head out after being approached by aggressive panhandlers.
LEAVING TOWN AT MIDNIGHT
Then we made it to what we thought was our destination the next night, Tuesday, February 6 – at midnight! Only to find out there was no room at the inn – or anywhere for that matter. So we drove another two hours to surprise our friends Mark and Irene, and camp with them before they headed out.
I am not able to share with you what the Episode 24 video means to me, as well as our subsequent Health Quest Challenge, without first giving you a review of past events. Please bear with me through this timeline hop.
After I had to leave my 12 year career with the State of Texas because of my brain injury, I tried a myriad of jobs. The list below seems endless and was definitely tumultuous.
There is rock art, and then there’s rock art. I would never have known there were so many forms of rock art without my travels these past two years, and I’ve been blessed to come across many. Robert and I shared our latest find in this video.
This video showcases that it is fun and possible to have good food and eat well as a nomad. Having a built-in, indoor kitchen and a refrigerator helps, but those aren’t a necessity.
In this video you also hear me joking that you don’t have to learn how to cook to eat well – implying that you can do what I do – and that is to be blessed enough to hang out with some great cooks. It is said tongue-in-cheek because of course it is better to know how to cook instead of relying on others.