Friday, November 21, 2014

Without Bound - Perspectives on Mobile Living

Inspiring. I smiled for 50 minutes. If you're doing this already, or if your heart is calling you to something different, watch this documentary.




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19 comments:

VtChris said...

The only documentary I have seen that truly captures the essences of this life we live.

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

So great to see something about full-timers showing we are not a bunch of retired migrant workers slaving away trying to survive.

Even better to see some of those smiling faces. GAWD! I miss them!!!

Dragonfly said...

Just watched this inspiring documentary, great to see something portraying this lifestyle positively.

Jodee Gravel said...

Thank you so much for sharing this Roxy, I'm not sure I would have ever found it otherwise. I'll be sharing with family and friends as well :-)

Maura and Pete Bedard said...

Great documentary, Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Cyndi, we miss you too. Wish you could be with us for Thanksgiving. Tony and I will be camped in Quartzsite and will have dinner with Bob's group. We were camped on the mountain near Shaver Lake above Fresno, CA when the documentary was filmed. Lots of fun. Roxy, thank you for sharing this. This is the most amazing lifestyle. HUGS Cheri and Tony

Good Luck Duck said...

I just loved this documentary. I woke up this morning still thinking about it. Said so perfectly, all of it.

It kinda inspired me to (maybe) be in Q in January. I'd love to meet Bob and any vandwellers who will be there.

Al Christensen said...

I'm so glad I stumbled upon resources that showed me how I could escape the life I wasn't enjoying. Hurray for mobile living!

Al Christensen said...

Oh, and I'll be in Q in January. Hell, I'm there right now. Bob is nearby, in Ehrenberg.

Susan said...

So many smiling faces.....:)

Bob Giddings said...

If you ever get tired of Spud, there's a natural progression available:

http://inhabitat.com/this-funky-camper-conversion-turns-your-toyota-prius-into-a-home-on-wheels/

squire said...

So nice to old old friends in a great documentary.

Suzanne said...

Roxanne, did you watch this with your Verizon? (Assuming you did the transfer from Millenicom?) I want to watch it, but I am afraid it will bite off all my gigabytes...

Good Luck Duck said...

I did, Suzanne. I don't stream a lot, so when I do I don't worry about it so much. My friends laugh at how little data I use every month - too bad I can't give the surplus out by the Gb.

Isn't it great, Squire? I have yet to meet those folks, besides Chris who is already my buddy.

I love that idea, Bob. I don't even care how ugly it is. When it comes out of concept phase and into production, I'll be watching.

Isn't it wonderful what freedom can do to a face,Susan?

Hurray, Al! Here's to everyone who wants to find them, finding them. Do you stay the winter in Q, or do you just do whatever comes into your head, you rambler, you?

Allison said...

Your new sidebar photo is very nice. Good selfie. Thanks for sharing that video. The MobileKodger was very interesting in his views.

Good Luck Duck said...

Thanks, Allison. Yeah, I thought he was interesting, too. I like that he said 'whatever is interesting or different about him is borrowed from his friends.'

Al Christensen said...

"Do you stay the winter in Q, or do you just do whatever comes into your head, you rambler, you?"

Last winter I split time between Quartzsite, Yuma and Slab City. This year will probably include some Mexico.

Karen @ Sock Monkey Trekkers said...

Great documentary! Thank you for sharing it.

Peter + Beatrix said...

I was smiling and nodding throughout the entire Video.

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