Why I Might Finally Become a Tiny House Enthusiast


In Alaska while work exchanging at a permaculture farm I slept every night in a tiny house. One morning I woke up and stared at the ceiling weighing options for the next phase of my life. I have no plans past my Honduras trip that finishes in October. I’ve been traveling at breakneck speed this year, averaging more than one location per week. Especially as someone who claims to be a slow traveler, that’s just straight-up insane, frequently miserable, and generally numbing.

So post-Honduras, I want to pick a single spot to be for at least the North American winter. If it’s good, I might even be tempted to extend into spring. Perhaps I’ll go crazy and spend an entire year in one place… a feat I haven’t accomplished since 2009. Heck, maybe I’ll even stick around for 18 months. Or 20. Or 24?! After seven years of non-stop travel athe longest I’ve been in one place since April 2010 was the six months I spent in Vermont in 2016 going to circus school and 10 months of whirlwind travels, I’m ready for a break!

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a. the longest I’ve been in one place since April 2010 was the six months I spent in Vermont in 2016 going to circus school

The Truth About Alaska


First of all, Alaska is big. No. Like, really big.

Montana. California. Texas. All big states. But you’re no fool. You already know Alaska is bigger than each of those behemoth territories. But did you know…