The Tale of Baldor and Magnus
Long ago, in a land of forgotten things,there was once a homely village.
The dwellings lay nestled between high cliffs and rocky outcroppings along the shores of a vast ocean.
A great many sea vessels frequented the port city and it was a noble place.
This was called...

 

Nearly four months ago I invested $400 in the gambit of buying an old 1997 Dodge 3500 passenger van. I was told that the van's previous owner used it as a work vehicle. Mostly for hauling scrap and salvage and I could tell that it might not have been taken care of very well. The van had some rus...

There are a few common notions that accompany change. Uncertainty mixed with the excitement of a new beginning. Fear of the unknown against the feeling of pride for choosing a different path. It’s the uncharted waters within a tumultuous sea of new challenges. It’s leaving your comfort zone and stre...

Telling someone that you live in a van is often met with skepticism and a measure of judgement. Soon your bombarded with common questions like "Where is the shower? The bathroom? It's so cramped in here!" However, the most frequent tends to be "What made you want to do this?"

 

Freedom
For me...

The last time you heard from me I had a beaten up and broke down van that I had finally got running again. Exciting right! The dream had felt so close. It seemed like the hard part was over and that all I had to do was start building. I had so many great ideas and plans of what I wanted. It was goin...