Sheep and Code in Plainfield, Vermont

For a few years now I’ve been developing websites with my colleague Jason Lemieux of vernalcreative.com, but until now we had never met in person. I’ve always been intrigued by Jason because he balances his career developing websites with running a small sheep farm and raising a family. I always wanted to see how this…

South Dakota – Lake Herman State Park

Friendly staff welcome us to a near-empty park on a stormy labor day evening. We’re here, strangely, to establish an address in Madison, South Dakota. This is not because we’re going to stay here, but because we’re joining a service (MyDakotaAddress.com) that will help us in several ways while we’re touring. It handles mail forwarding…

I’m off on a new kind of distance hike

I’m making final online updates from the Institute of Sociometry home office in Denver. Tomorrow Pete and I will set off on the most impulsive, unplanned distance hike I’ve ever done. Our loose objective is to step out from the IS home office doorstep and hike to the Mount of the Holy Cross wilderness to…

T-Rex Departs

http://www.flickr.com/photos/96029174@N00/4830700655/ We return to the site where our experiments with mobile living began in 2005, the Lakeside KOA in Fort Collins. Every time we return somewhere, even a place we’ve only been once or twice, T-Rex returns immediately to his old haunts. Here he scratches a tree that probably bears the marks of his claws…