Category Archives: Getting Started

Tailgate Special

Spotted this VW bus rocking the red at last night’s NCSU game against Clemson. I was disappointed by the game’s outcome, but seeing this beauty on my way out of the stadium brightened my mood. Surely would like to roll … Continue reading

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The Virtual Palava Hut: Building a Global Community of Learning

Originally posted on Impact through Learning:
Guest Post By Paige Layno Winn, FHI 360 In some African countries, the Palava Hut is the central space for social networking, informal learning, and conflict resolution. It’s a place that welcomes locals and…

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Starry Camper Night

Sundays are always my fundays. But today was made even nicer with a surprise visit from friends bearing gifts–including this lovely piece of camper art from Wilmington artist Candy Pegram. I’m still looking for the perfect spot to showcase this … Continue reading

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Small space living around the world

Just returned from Bangkok where I fell in love with this cute Thai cottage on a canal leading to Amphawa. She looks like the close cousin of my future charming vintage camper.

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Meet the Funky Mushroom

This past weekend was International Glamping Weekend, a weekend dedicated to glamorous camping (which to me is any camp-out that doesn’t involve a port-a-potty). Glampers around the world have been posting photos of their cute campers on my favorite social … Continue reading

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White Trash

White Trash is a great little mid-century modern furnishings and curio shop at 304 East 5th Street in Manhattan. (You can probably tell by their swell sign.)

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Canadian Cutie for Sale

I have a case of True Patriot Love for this darling ’81 Dolphin for sale in British Columbia. Listed for $8500, she could be yours (since she can’t be mine). Her owners have taken really good care of her and … Continue reading

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