Tiny Homes On the Move I realized the other day that for a month or more I have mysteriously been getting just enough material (photos and text) to do layout. It's coming in from contributors in a flow that's just about exactly equal to what I can handle in doing the rough 2-page spreads.
I'm getting close to the halfway mark. Here's what just got finished:
-4 pages on the Moron Brothers, two Kentucky buddies who play bluegrass and fish, hunt, and trap on their shantyboat in the Kentucky River. These guys are fun! Check them out here.
-4 pages on Sisters on the Fly, a group of over 1,000 women who have vintage trailers and go fly fishing and horseback riding and sit around campfires in camp-outs, just us girls. They are also fun.
-A high-speed asymmetrical catamaran, a "Proa" that recently crossed the Pacific, from San Francisco to the Marquesas Islands.
-"Guided By The Stars," the 6 Vaka Moana 66-foot outrigger sailing canoes from Polynesia, which spent a few days in our bay in 2011. We've got photos of them here and in other parts of the Pacific Ocean. They navigate by the stars; wind is their only power.
-A beautiful little (54 sq. ft. floor space) Vardo, gypsy wagon-shaped, on a trailer that's a great spare movable guest room.
The studio here is pretty out of control. A blizzard of notes to self. So going on right now. Hey, maybe this is the golden age of communication…