April 6th, 2016

The Skallywagon
The Skallywagon

This is the Skallywagon, which is where I currently sleep at night. We have one other bus named Betsy. Both of these buses are currently home. We were joking the other night about how I’m the only member who has slept on all the buses. Yeah, I get around like that.

So much has happened in the last week. I’ll blog about some of the other highlights later. Three members, one dog, and one bus, Snailing Away, or the Snail for short left this week so they could get the bus registered in Oregon. I had my first media interview this morning while sitting outside of a Starbucks in Fortuna. Guess where I’m writing this from? We’ll be getting a lot of press in the next couple of weeks so this is something I have to get used to. Acclimating is my middle name right now. I’ve done a ton of volunteer work this month and my clothes are currently falling off. I am getting stronger by the day. And tanner. The days are getting hotter and I’ll be in Eel River by the end of the week. The dogs will probably join me. All five of them.

5 thoughts on “April 6th, 2016”

    1. Thanks, to be clear I am no longer on the Vagabus and would not recommend anyone joining that particular volunteer bus at this time . This post is old and a lot has changed since April.

  1. Sin duda, a Héctor Garrido las estructuras fractales de las marismas de Doñana le han abierto puertas inesperadas. Andrés Escapa, Pablo & José Luis Rodríguez Montederramo (1998), «Manuscritos y saberes en la librería del conde de Gondomar», en El Libro Antiguo Español, IV. Coleccionismo y bibliotecas (siglos XV-XVIII), dirigido por María Luisa López-Vidriero y Pedro M. Cátedra, al cuidado de María Isabel Hernández, Salamanca, Universidad, Patrimonio Nacional, Sociedad Española de Historia del Libro, pp. 13-81.

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