Monthly Archives: March 2012

Reuse; Recycle. Repurpose. (and recamp)

My evening walks in Thailand have a lot in common with an Easter egg hunt. I’ve been on the lookout for brightly colored repurposed VW buses on the crowded Bangkok street corners, and I get really excited when I spot … Continue reading

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The Pearl

One of my favorite recamp projects is Lisa Hassler’s Shasta Compact, The Pearl. You can read about The Pearl’s transformation and adventures on Lisa’s blog. Happy Spring!

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Little Free Library

Anyone catch All Things Considered‘s sweet story of the Little Free Library (LFL) on the commute home? If you missed it, go listen!  Two super cool Wisconsinites started a reading revolution with their little boxes of books in communities and … Continue reading

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Kitschy Summer Camp for Grownups

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There’s a secret little spot in Joshua Tree, California. It runs on solar power, has a professional recording/film editing studio, and features a saltwater pool. It has a vending machine that would make Dale Watson and Frank Booth proud, serving … Continue reading

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