Thoughts About Minimalism and Survival

Learning a thing or two from the past...Part 1, 21st century Westerners are not the first to minimalize. With all the talk and zeitgeist around the Minimalist Movements I thought I'd revive this post from a while ago.  This is a lengthy ramble.  So long in fact, that I have broken it into several posts … Continue reading Thoughts About Minimalism and Survival

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Fitting Out and Fixing Problems, Vardo Remodel Part 9

Sink, seating, and storage galore - I'm finally moving onto the luxuries that make this addition what it is meant to be; essentially moving some outdoor activities and living indoors with more amenities and easier foul-weather living. Beginning with a little sink re-purposed from an old copper mixing bowl set -  This one was the … Continue reading Fitting Out and Fixing Problems, Vardo Remodel Part 9

Progress is slow but steady, Vardo Remodel Part 7

The weekend was cold, I was tired (read lazy), and other things had to be attended to so this update is just baby steps in the big scheme. Although mine is a purely pragmatic build, I wanted an homage to the classic Dunton Reading wagon. Taking a plain profile and giving it simple compass curves … Continue reading Progress is slow but steady, Vardo Remodel Part 7