minimalism

Travel

Spring 2019 – Truck Camper Travels – Marfa, TX

Marfa is the seat of Presidio County. We rolled into town on day 2 of our travels.  The first night we met up with an old friend in San Angelo, Texas where we spent the night in the Walmart parking lot. Frosty & Camper in front of the Courthouse.  We enjoy looking at Texas courthouses! […]

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Journal

Noble Work

If work were so pleasant, the rich would keep it for themselves.  (Mark Twain) In my small-town Texas, USA upbringing I was taught work was the noble cause.  Being a hard worker for society is good.  You are contributing to our human endeavor.  I don’t find it to be that simple. There are different kinds […]

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Journal

Garbage In Garbage Out

Jacob over at Early Retirement Extreme – blog post – Garbage and excessive spending from the post:  “The United States produces 265 million tons of garbage each year. Since there are 300+ million [United States of] Americans, this means that each person on average produces slightly less than a ton of garbage each year. Although it […]

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Collected

Minimalism Quote

“There are two ways to be rich:  One is by acquiring much, and the other is by desiring little.”   -Jackie French Koller    

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Journal

Minimizing

Exercised this morning.   Drove into town after lunch to run errands and acquire supplies.  The fridge was looking pretty bare. Dropped off stuff I don’t need at the local charity/thrift store.  The store is inside an old house and it’s referred to as The Green House.  Donated items are sold and I am told […]

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