Its hard to believe it has been a month since I have posted.  It has been kinda hard to get some traction, honestly.  You might say I have been spinning my wheels. I thought I would be off to a fast start but I have found myself just trying to figure out where to start? … More Traction

Bottoms Up!

Well this week we are starting at the bottom and working our way up. I was able to template the entire floor with some cardboard. This template will be used to cut out the rigid insulation and the baltic birch, and eventually the vinyl flooring. The subfloor plan is to fill in the gaps between … More Bottoms Up!


Circling, circling, circling…. Fying high over the design landscape of a van conversion. Feels a bit like being out of control, but yet still in control. Hitting on each area just enough to drive more detail in the design, and then moving on. From electrical to water, from solar panels to heating units, from interior … More Spiralling

Seeing New Things

A couple of my product design buds recommended I do a full mockup of my van interior in cardboard and cheap wood before I get to the business of making the real thing. As in anytime someone suggests something smart to do, that takes extra time, I usually just skip it. But I am learning … More Seeing New Things

Halfway, Sort Of

The days roll by. We get up and start the day with group morning meditation at 7:30a, we walk, we connect, we listen to all sorts of lessons and music along the way.  We get to our hotel, we rest, we shower, we walk around town, and we go to group sharing circle around 6:30p … More Halfway, Sort Of

Resting in Burgos

We have been through a dozen or so towns in the last three days and have ended up in Burgos.  Here is but a small sampling of what we have seen.  The aha’s keep coming and the muscles keep building.  I am learning to rewrite my life’s story as I walk.  I massage the dark … More Resting in Burgos

Nice Times in Najera

Today we took a short day today and got into Najera early enough to rest and do some sightseeing.  We first learned that Najera is pronounced in a more Arabic fashion than Spanish.  Think coughing up a hairball kind of sound for the ‘j’.  It is from the Arabic meaning of “between the cliffs”. Orduño … More Nice Times in Najera

Two Selves

There are many souls on the Camino. We walk alone, and we walk together. It is the constant flow of the walk. We meet new people and let them go as easily as we meet them. We get to know some better than others and yet with others we do a deep dive and find … More Two Selves