Browsing category: In Retirement

One of my commenters described Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah as the “Supermodel of national parks”. I couldn’t agree more. It’s just stupid gorgeous. The hoodoo-laced landscape is unlike anything that I’ve ever seen. Other parks, unfortunately, pale in comparison. My wife and I camped for nearly a week in the woods about 15 […]
I know that I’ve said this before (countless times, I’m sure), but we absolutely love our solar system that sits gracefully atop our 2005 Airstream Classic. Since we set sail on a journey of full-time travel April 1st, we’ve only plugged in once. And that only lasted for two days. For the remaining seven or […]
It’s been more than a month of full-time travel and for the most part we are tickled to death about how everything is going. We’re hiking a ton. My wife is plowing through a bunch of books that have been on her reading list for quite some time. Me? I’m kickin’ my photo hobby into […]
We just wrapped up four nights in Snow Canyon State Park just north of St. George, Utah. The landscape was absolutely stunning. Red rocks as far as the eye can see. Volcanic “lava rock” litters the landscape. It’s stupid beautiful. We hiked damn near every day and I had my camera with me every step […]
I kid you people not – it was about 2pm on a Thursday afternoon and I was sittin’ on the john taking care of some business when I glanced up and noticed my view out of our Airstream’s bedroom window. It was beautiful, and I told myself that I had to blog about this. And […]
Early retirement has surprised me. It taught me that the things I enjoyed as I worked a full-time job are not the same things that I enjoy now – free and clear of those imprisoning shackles. Full-time work has a way of blinding us to the world. For instance, I loved going to the gym when […]
The only real regret I have after retiring early is that I didn’t do it sooner. This freedom is amazing. But, I would be lying if I said that everything’s working out exactly as I had anticipated. It has not. In fact, I’ve learned quite a bit about myself since calling it quits. For example, […]

How to follow our traveling adventures

Published April 2, 2017   Tags:

You people have been more than awesome over the past couple of years. Your visits. Your words of encouragement. Seriously, you guys make this community unbelievably welcoming. And to top it off, a lot of you have expressed interest in following us as we travel. First, I need to reiterate that this blog is going […]