To see as much of the world as we can,
Using the smallest carbon footprint we can,
Spending the least amount of money we can,
Making as many friends we can.

Team Red Cruising

Arrived. Anchor Down.

Yes, you read the title correctly. Arrived.

While we got to Las Vegas on May 28th, we haven't been able to move into an apartment until today, June 20th.

Cathedral Rock
Hiking around Mt. Charleston

That's three weeks split between a tiny Air B&B, my daughter's house, and a hotel.

Living out of suitcases for an entire month is more awkward than living on a boat. There are two primary issues.

  • The boat has drawers and cupboards. Things are available. Not at the bottom of the other suitcase which is still in the car. Living out of the car involves weird small problems with stowage that a boat doesn't have.

  • The boat has a galley. And CA likes to cook.

Restaurant food has its place as an extravagant treat.

As every-day fare, it's too salty, too rich, and often the vegetarian choice is something like french fried potatoes.

While I'm still working remotely, we've taking the weekends to explore Mount Charleston. Much to see. Many places to hike.