Book Review: The Great Alone

“Two kinds of people come up to Alaska, Cora.  People running to something, and people running from something.  The second kind–you want to keep your eye out for them.  And it isn’t just the people you need to watch out for, either.  Alaska herself can be Sleeping Beauty one minute and a bitch with a […]

The Joy of Rural UPS Delivery

No matter how hard you try to plan and anticipate various factors in a major lifestyle change, there are aspects of life that will not register on the planning radar, but they will bleep on the real life radar. One of these surprises for us has been UPS delivery. Our first indicator that it might […]

Book Review: Walden on Wheels

Without meaning to, I have just completed reading two books back-to-back which both contain the central theme of dealing with staggering student loan debt. I do not subscribe to “coincidence”; I believe that everything happens for a reason, so now I am curious as to why student loan debt has appeared on my radar. The […]