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Zen and the art of collecting people

No country for old Len.

We have begun our journey and started collecting people.

No, not like that. We have been fulltimers for almost four months and this first leg of our journey is closing. 223 more words

General Musings

The journey before the journey begins

This introductory blog entry represents the beginning of the end for this young couple’s traditional way of living.

By writing this blog post, this 20-something journalist and his 30-something girlfriend are hence forth committed to transitioning to full-time life on the road—or fulltiming, for folks up on the lingo. 222 more words


Monchique, Silves and the Algarve (Lagos & Falesia Beach) & visitors from the UK.

You will recall from our last blog update we were at a wild camping location near the barragem de Bravura.  We awoke to a beautiful morning, and had breakfast as sun rose over the reservoir.   2,731 more words

Our Journey

Top Ten Campgrounds

Malcolm has been keeping track of all kinds of data revolving around where we’ve stayed and how far we’ve traveled. For example, he can tell you how many miles we have on the trailer (see the statistics widget in the right-hand column of our blog), how many miles we have pulled the trailer with our truck and even how many miles we have on our trailer’s tires. 484 more words


Beach Music & Myrtle Beach

Beach Music and Myrtle Beach just goes together. Just turn on the radio and beach music is everywhere.   I have been told it all started by a song…”I Love Beach Music” by the Embers.   192 more words


Myrtle Beach

We enjoyed our short stay in Wilmington.  We were able get some R&R in, went to the movies and tour the area. Now it is time to move on to our next destination; Myrtle Beach. 274 more words


Wilmington River Walk

We drove 80 some miles mostly on a two lane road through western North Carolina to Wilmington.  The country side is mostly wooded in southern pines on sandy soil.   201 more words