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I’ve got a ton of updates for you from our latest spot including stories of big planes & big wine, but before I launch into it I thought I’d get this out to the world. Our buddies Technomadia, amongst the many (many) fabulous things they do online run a series called Rambling Tales which are collections of interviews from fulltime nomads on the road. These are mostly pre-retirement folk, couples, families and singles who’ve managed to find a way to make their life on the road. It’s humbling (and a tad cringe-worthy) to see yourself on video, but they do such a classy job of the interviews that they manage to bring out the natural and fun in just about everyone. So, if you’ve ever wondered what we look like gesturing & petting the dog, or you’ve always wanted to hear what my very weird accent sounds like, or (perhaps) you just want to listen to our story, how we ended up in the RV and how we make our living on the road then here are 11.49 minutes of exactly that. Enjoy…
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