Monthly Archives: September 2014

One of our goals when we took off on this adventure was to ‘boondock’ as much as possible.  For those of you unfamiliar with that term (as I was just a few short months ago) it’s basically camping on public land, in the middle of nowhere, wherever you can find a place/access a place to […]

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On our way out of Minnesota, we visited Pipestone National Monument.  I had been here years (well, decades) ago on a school fieldtrip when my family lived in the tiny town of Windom nearby.  But Jase had never been there.  It would also be the first site for a cancellation stamp for my shiny, new  National […]

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We left Minnesota on September 4th.  Other than friends and family, I haven’t thought about it much.  This is a good thing because while looking at photos this week, I came across one of the moment before we left our house for the last time. Wow, we loved our house, our neighborhood, our neighbors and […]

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We left ‘home’ on September 3rd.  I still have a million thoughts in my head about where we are, how we got here and did we really sell the house to live in this Airstream with each other 24/7?  It’s been slow going to get the blog started between complete brain freeze (or brain avoidance) […]

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