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I keep imagining a comic about going off the grid, but somehow Gonzo keeps winding up the star.
New short story: What happens when your evening commute takes a turn for the worse?
I've been using this stove for three years now, and for much of that time it's been my daily-use, full-time stove. This is probably not what the folks at Coleman envisioned, but until recently it's just kept on kicking.
I think I need to give up on this idea that I'm a minimalist. There must be a dozen things on this desk that I almost never use.
I cleared about 5,000 square feet for a garden. Turns out, that was about 5% of the work.
When I opened the mailbox, I recognized the address and scrawled signature immediately.
"He found me."
It's not perfect or pretty, but it bakes a loaf of bread.
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This whole trek towards minimalism and tiny home living began two years ago when I left D.C. and traveled around the United States. I spent six months living out of a minivan, ultimately reconnecting with the outdoors and realizing I didn't need a whole lot of stuff to actually be happy.
These are some of the photos from that amazing 15,000-mile adventure.