September, 2011. While figuring out how I was going to be more mobile, I realized that as long as I was taking a few months to figure out my next steps before moving to California, I might as well use the time productively and head west with some new credentials & experiences under my belt. Since I have general interests in architecture, renovation, interior design and real estate, I
September, 2011. As embarrassed and dejected as I felt at destroying the GF1 in a matter of hours (see previous post), I couldn’t let it stop me from moving forward with my goal. But this time I knew I had to go for a vehicle with a tried-and-true engine and possibly look for trailer of some kind, rather than another diesel box van. The two other big factors were
August, 2011. Back in the late summer of 2011, I was sure that it was time to move… west. It wasn’t a new thought; somewhere between the David Lee Roth videos and the Snoop Dogg videos of my formative years, I fixed it in my mind that the California lifestyle was the change I needed in my life. But as the oldest child, my parents wanted me to go
This is me. …and this is the 1969 Airstream Safari for the renovation!