Meeting A New Friend Shortly after the Fourth of July festivities, my friend David invited me to lunch. At his urging, I also reached out to LaVonne Ellis. She was in San Diego for another month and though David had met her several times, I had not. He was certain we would hit it off.
July has been full of fireworks so far. Not all of them have been pretty. Thankfully, the ones that aren’t pretty, aren’t really my business. Fireworks Of The Unpleasant Variety Just before the 4th, I received an invite to a BBQ. The food was wonderful. The energy was not. Two hours after arriving, I left. Before the
June recap part 3. Continuing to share my first month in the van. Part 3 of 3 begins June 24th as I settle into my new lifestyle: June 24: Beautiful day, woke up early and got some writing done. Since I don’t have solar yet, I needed to charge my laptop. Ventured to Starbucks and
June recap part 2. Continuing to share my first month in the van. Part 2 of 3 begins June 21st as I wake up for my first day in San Diego: June 21: Two other vandwellers were waking up with me in Denny’s parking lot this morning. One left before me and the other was prepping
June recap part 1 of 3. I thought I would share how June rolled out. Here are excerpts from my personal journal entries, starting with my last day on the job: June 10: Today was my last official ‘working’ day. I am on vacation until July 1st. Only a few people knew of my departure,
Ready As I Am Going To Be! It has been a productive few months. In January, After a lot of disappointment and setbacks, I found my van. It was not without a few moments of panic, even after I took possession (due to some financing issues). But 17 days after taking the van home on
Four hours into my trip, I crossed the Colorado River on South California Avenue (CA-62) from Parker AZ into Earp CA. The two-lane road often resembled a roller coaster as I drove further away from Arizona. Up and over one steep bump, down the other side, and immediately up another. The up and down humps