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Hanging out in Nettle

So far in this leg of our journey, we’ve planned to take things fairly easily. One of the surprises of the past year and a half has been the prominence that our projects has taken: Katherine’s art, and my software development. We both take great enjoyment in “working” — as much, and possibly more, than the actual travelling around. This adventure has become a lot like living at “home”, working inside on exciting projects, while the scenery outside the window changes. We just go outside a lot more than we would if we were living in a house!

So we’ve decided on a routine: three days of work, and one day of “travel stuff”, like driving, walking, riding, etc.

We’re currently in Birmingham, where we’re going to visit some family, get a dental checkup, and a checkup for Nettle (so she doesn’t feel left out), then we’re off again. In the meantime, I’ve been working on Loopy 2, and Katherine’s working on a new painting, inspired by our Welsh home over winter.

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3 Responses to Taking it slow

  1. James says:

    You’re my new hero, Michael.

  2. Sonya says:

    Hi, I just included your blog in my 10 Digital Nomad Blogs You’ll Love.