I’ve spoken often about how my travel interests have changed over the last year. I used to be obsessed with earning miles and points and taking advantage of hacks and tricks to build up mileage balances. My travel interests are now more aligned with actual travel, and not so much the ability to travel cheaply. The blogs I used to read were all about credit card churning and manufactured spending, but now I like to read about people who like to travel the way I do, and who are good storytellers. Here are two of my favorites: Technomadia I
Life has been going by so horribly fast than blogging has taken a back seat. I’m a little embarrassed that I’m now posting part of a trip report from August, and we’re approaching Halloween. So much has been going on–I’ll talk a little more about that later. The Finale of the Eclipse Trip (Our Cargo Carrier Almost Falls Off) After we left the Ozarks, we continued south for a drive through Arkansas’ Ouachita Mountains. After the spectacular cliffiness of the Ozarks, the rolling forests of the Ouachita seemed rather tame. We found a Forest Service campground at Fourche Mountain
We have just completed the process of buying a live aboard boat, and in many ways the process is more complicated and expensive than buying a house.