September 20, 2020

Those who fail to plan, plan to fail. I also like 'Proper prior preparation prevents piss poor performance.' There are a lot of examples in the broad Tiny House Community of people making it up as they go along, adjusting their design on the fly and making their found...

September 16, 2020

We have been making our own Almond milk from scratch for a few years now, even while we traveled Australia by road. It’s easy to make and saves on cardboard cartons. One thing I have struggled with is finding yummy ways to use up the almond pulp that’s left at the end....

September 12, 2020

Step one is buying the trailer...  right? Not quite.

If we want to live comfortably in a Tiny House on Wheels, then we need to cultivate a lifestyle that will comfortably fit inside a Tiny House on Wheels. Here are some things I think about to move in that direction.

Dec...

August 7, 2020

So, Season 2 got a little derailed by the whole Covid-19 situation, and us getting caught up in trying (a couple of times!) to buy a house. More on that in a minute.

We have been living here in Southern Tasmania for two years now. Milestones and anniversaries can be ins...

March 10, 2020

So it's been a minute. Life gets crazy hectic busy, and while the essay (Novella? Novel? Lexicon?) that would catch you up with life since we arrived to properly live on Tassie will remain unwritten, here are some cliff notes:

- We got Jobs, then Ruth got a different Jo...

August 6, 2018

The End.

The end of one adventure and the start of another. It is no secret that we fell in love with Tasmania when we visited. Now we have returned to the island, to work and live, hopefully forever.

To get here we put a lot of kilometres under Gary's wheels, here is th...

July 28, 2018

This week we haven't done too much besides lots of driving. We didn't explore magnetic island, we didn't visit the Whitsundays or Airlie Beach, we didn't visit Yeppoon, Fraser Island or any of the Glasshouse Mountains. We haven't snorkelled or dived on the Great Barrie...

July 22, 2018

The Atherton Tableland is a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful part of the country. Rolling green hills, sprinkled with remnant rainforest, waterfalls everywhere, dozens of small towns, each with their own character and charm.

Early morning on Monday saw us at the top of H...

July 15, 2018

The trees have trees, that's how you know you are in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. We have seen some beautiful sights, connected with some great people and had some fun adventures over this past week. Here is the story:

We bid a fond farewell to our new friend Ja...

July 9, 2018

FNQ is surprising – not that we had many expectations or assumptions about what this part of the country would be like, but we have seen a lot of different landscapes over the past week. An anthropologist could probably spend a lifetime exploring the myriad communities...

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