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Pseudoscorpion

Pseudoscorpion

We happened across a pseudoscorpion while packing up our things in Dixie National Forest outside of Leeds, Utah. The best part was how excited the lizard researchers were about this thing. Even “Destroyer” was interested. Maybe I should back up. The past week or so we’ve been exploring the areas around St. George, Utah while awaiting a few packages from Amazon. We’ve hardly been in the camper more than two and a half weeks, and the world is pouring in…

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Capillary Action

Capillary Action

It is pouring outside. This is the usual weather >50% of the time since we arrived in the desert. Personally I like it. All the usual desert ambiance of unusually long vistas and low allergens but with the abnormal flowers blooming, the fine sand caked to the ground instead of the atmosphere. It keeps the desert dweller tending to the unusual categories; home dwelling and also seeing how much he can get away with outside before being walloped by the…

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Not Homeless

Not Homeless

We are your average young couple, who graduated college, began climbing the corporate ladder enough to purchase a house in Hawaii. That’s many people’s dreams and we did it before we reached 30. We still have some college tuition debt after years of working and living frugally. Not once in our life have we owed money on a credit card for more than 30 days. One day we looked back and saw that we had been together for 10 years…

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