Monthly Archives: July 2015
There are hundreds of seals on a sandbar just off the beach. Every morning they sing a beautiful and haunting song. As we walk the beach, a few sentries follow us everywhere – they are fascinated by Julie’s twirling skirt.
Let’s be honest, one of the most challenging aspects of living off the grid is the issue of toilets. The old outhouse had its day but was inconvenient, smelly and still required that sewage waste be periodically pumped out and disposed of. … Continue reading
Paradise in 360 ˚ It was 17 ˚ F in February but I was already looking ahead to summer. Back then, in the dead of winter, I was researching summer artist residencies where I hoped to use my tiny trailer … Continue reading