Met up with two IO readers today (yesterday I guess, for those folks who sleep at night), Rayn and Jonathan from Holding Intentional Space. When we arrived at the local park in Sparks, Rayn asked Julie and I if we were the kind of adults who still enjoyed playing on playgrounds, and I knew right then we were going to get along just fine.
Rayn was the person I wrote my Seasonal Job Ethics post about last year, when the two of them were still in the planning phase of full-time RVing. Now they’re on the road and enjoying themselves immensely. I’m glad the lifestyle is working out for them and that we had a chance to meet.
It was blustery and sprinkled on and off, but the view of the Sierras covered in snow was beautiful (behind our heads in the first photo) and it’s nice to get outside after all the time cooped up in the RV or at work.
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