Detours

My family had learned that everything we planned for vacations didn’t always get done. Over the years, my dad would plan less and less on what we were to do and more on where we sleep, eat, and roam about. That was an excellent plan, actually. We ended up less stress, hopefully, and enjoyed more…

Solitude vs. Loneliness

There’s a difference between loneliness and solitude. We all know that being in a sea of people could still make us feel lonely, yet being alone doesn’t mean we feel lonely. I was doing my daily readings the other day and found this quote that could sum it up: Loneliness is the poverty of self;…

Cheers, to New Beginnings

For the past three years, Jason and I have been celebrating my birthday in different cities. This was us grilling hot dogs for our first trip in Mr. Bunker. It was hot but we still wanted a campfire because what was camping without one? From the way this picture looked, we were having so much…

First Hikes

In the spirit of reminiscence, this was a picture from one of the early hikes I ever did. Jason told me it was only 1 mile, but somehow it felt like 5 miles. He said it was an easy, flat hike, but we walked sideways on the side of the hill the whole time. The…

Getting Older

Since today is my birthday, I get to talk about the freedom of being older. Getting older means I get to try things with more experience and knowledge. If I want to retry something, I can do it with better foundation than I had a decade ago. To me, it means more chance to succeed….

May Adventures for the Trekking Techies

Hello world! It’s been a while since we update you guys on this blog. It was an accidental hiatus due to moving across the country and exploring our new place. Long story short, we drove across the Southeast of the U.S. Where we stayed: Oak Forest RV Resort (Austin, TX) and Lake Texoma State Park…

Mr. Bunker’s Creed

When we first moved to Columbia, South Carolina, people from here told us that it was a city not from where you wanted to be. If you wanted to go to the mountains, you could drive about 2 hours. The beach? Charleston and Myrtle Beach were right next door. The greens around the area was…

How We Downsized to Fit in a Teardrop Camper

“Where are you going to put all your stuff?” was the most common question people asked us when we started doing this RV-living journey. We asked ourselves that same questions multiple times throughout the process. Because of this, I thought it would be helpful to write down some tips and tricks on what we did…