The tiny home movement is small but moving along, many in tiny wheel estates (campers and motorhomes) while other tiny homes are fixed on land (sticks and bricks).
Many Americans choose to supersize while myself and others deliberately downsize, living in 100 to 400 square feet.
|5 years fulltiming in a mini motorhome, no car, just foot, paw and bicycle|
Doing more with less.
Lately I've been hobbling around with my quad cane again, but this is short term. The hardest part is staying still long enough to prop up my leg and ice it down.
I've skipped a few days riding my bicycle. Strangely enough I miss that even though it is still somewhat torturous for me.
|My bicycling sometimes yields fascinating paths and photo ops.|
When you stop moving and carrying on, they carry you off.
I am trying to do the 360 day challenge... ride my bike everyday for 360 days. Even just a short trip around the campground counts. I already did the 30 day challenge, and it was hard work, but at the end of 30 days I could say I had pedaled on my bicycle, um, 29 days in a row. I was on it every day except the last one... the 30th, the weather was too extreme (pouring buckets of rain coupled with gusty winds). It seems fair enough to say that is a valid exception. Technically, I completed the 29 day challenge. After that I started on the 360 day challenge, now my injury has temporarily interrupted that. But soon I plan to give it a whir, I can use the electric assist to get back home if I am unable to pedal much.
Life is goof.
The above photos I took while camping at Cedar Point in the Croatan Forrest in North Carolina. Click here for more information.