I'll be collecting stops over the next five months and then we'll stitch them together into a cross country itinerary. Other than that, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. I'm hoping the illness and the injury will hurry up and heal a little faster already but I figure hey, if you're going to be under the weather, you might as well do it in a totally pimped-out vintage trailer on a transcontinental road trip to build boats educate people about living more sustainably. Right?
For this project I'm using a much more dynamic blog interface so make sure to follow the RSS feed on the building blog, it should be a lot of fun! Follow the website and join me on the adventure! offgridairstream.net
Brian- kayak builder, future aluminum spaceship pilot.
As some of you know, I've been fighting a battle against a still undiagnosed neurological/endocrine illness, and a pretty serious skeletal injury for the better part of the last two years. It's getting a little better, but it's a slow road with lots of time to contemplate where I am and where I want to be heading in life. WIth the farm mostly self sustaining now, I've been feeling drawn to reach out and say yes to so many of the opportunities I've said no to over the years, as well as get more serious about some of my other side projects. I didn't quite know what form that was going to take until a certain handsome vintage trailer came into my life last month.
As someone who literally built a successful off-grid organic farm "because I didn't have anything else going on that week," I'd be lying to say that I don't take a certain pleasure in making major life decisions on whimsical premises. My latest adventure: The off-grid Airstream