So today we took the cover off Ripley for the first time. On Thursday I will be driving her up to Sydney for some routine servicing of her living area, or as it is technically referred to….. the habitation module. Ripley has also had a few small electrical idiosyncrasies we hope to quickly sort out. … Continue reading Uncovering Ripley
Juno loves his treats. But at a time and place of his choosing. So like a connoisseur of fine cheeses, he prefers to cellar them for a while. You know, to let them mature. To let them ripen. Most times we give him something nice to chew on, after a quick perfunctory sniff over, off … Continue reading Juno’s hidden treats.
Sitting in the filtered afternoon sun with Juno planning some adjustments, modifications and additions to the motorhome. Random Ideas jotted in my notebook: Measurements and sketches for cutting down sun reflectors to place in the side widows and sunroof. A drawing of one of those cool little rope hammock things for storing fruit in. A … Continue reading Setting up.
It was one of those moments when you just feel that your life is pivoting on a blade edge. The slightest movement or choice or decision and it will tip off one side or the other. And then away it will run. My partner Kelly and I have been looking for a camper van for … Continue reading Onwards…
"Don't be helpful; be available."--Robert Fripp (King Crimson guitarist and meditation practitioner) Sage advice. So often we are far too busy proffering advice and concocting opinion to just open a space, offer our presence, and gift our ear. When others need our help the trap is to make it all about us.
Advice well known to all dog owners. Supposedly it is all about leadership power within the pack. Letting your dog sleep at the same level as you is said to be signaling an equal position in the pack hierarchy