And they’re off! As the bitter cold of November nights…
Part of the outdoor lifestyle is learning to fix or make things from whatever you have available. For the writers in my audience, this will be a chance to learn something cool that might add depth to your stories.
I’ve been sleeping in my half-constructed cabin every night for the past eight months. The trials and hardships of life on the frontier echo from every cardinal corner, but with them bring experience, insight, and inspiration.
Hey everybody. Just wanted to toss this out there and say that I’ve released version 0.03 of the video game I’ve been working on. The game is based closely on the Gape’s Chronicles stories that I’ve been posting under the Free Stories tab on the menu bar.
There’s a good reason I didn’t make the game announcement until fairly recently: I never thought I’d actually get it to a playable state.
Coming out from hiding to post an update on my writing, my farm, and everything else happening around here.
I spent a pretty decent chunk of my day working outside. The shabby construction in the picture is a “greenhouse” that cost me absolutely nothing to build. … warning, this is a fairly long post.
Another day working the day job, another night at the cabin. I’ve been sleeping here for almost 90 days straight, or one season. There’s still much left to be done, but time seems to be always against me.
You hear about it all the time. Trendies love chalking it up as the solution to all the world’s problems. The view is pretty good from stadium seating, but let’s take a little walk down to the arena floor and see what’s really involved with setting up a solar grid of your own.
Called my apartment manager earlier today and gave her the…