Are you tired of paying exorbitant fees for hotel rooms? Are you ready to follow your own itinerary and go off on a road trip? If so, investing in a travel trailer / caravan, or motorhome (also known as an RV for Recreational Vehicle) could be a good choice for you. With more young people discovering the joys of caravanning, the unrivaled convenience of a second home-on-wheels has seen bookings surge in recent months. Continue reading Travel Trailer vs. Motorhome: Which is Best For You?
Research shows that more than 10 million RVs or motorhomes owned by US families sit unused for a good amount of time each year. Owners spend large amounts of money on storage and parking fees, taxes, and depreciation of the vehicle as time passes. Many have turned to RV rentals as a side hustle to earn extra money to cover the costs of ownership. This is especially so with the domestic travel industry enjoying a surge in demand for these vehicles during the Coronavirus pandemic, as travelers look for RV rentals by owner. Continue reading What You Need To Know Before Renting Out Your RV
Proving once again that you can make a big sound with just drums and guitar, The Noise Figures, a power duo from Athens, Greece, bring a sweet rockin’ groove to today’s Video Clip of The Week. I hear a Sixties-era, San Francisco/ Garage Rock vibe in this tune about losing one’s mind, and the band’s label, Inner ear Records, seems to concur. Continue reading Video Clip of The Week: The Noise Figures, “Out of Your Mind”
Rachel at Face of the Earth creates beautiful miniature ecosystems. Some house delicate air plants, Reindeer moss and Foliose lichen of a wonderful blue hue. While others feature tiny, exploded meth labs, and tiny, handmade 1/4-inch reproductions of high school chemistry teachers turned methamphetamine-makers.
This terrarium is an 11″ tall ecosystem showing a Hand Sculpted and hand painted miniature interpretation of the well known opening sequence of this fantastic TV show’s first season. Lining the bottom of this open terrarium are pieces of blue sea glass, closely resembling the blue crystals Heisenberg cooks. Alongside the crashed meth lab is the tiniest depiction of Mr. White you may ever see, handmade at about 1/4″ tall, glasses tighty whities and all. The RV is a whopping 1/2″ long, hand sculpted and painted. The desert scene is a slight DIY project, with lichen, a petrified mushroom, stones, a tiny tree and reindeer moss to create a great little sustainable ecosystem that you can keep anywhere in your home or office. With easy care instructions, anyone care care for these tiny worlds, from the most experienced botanist to those with a brown thumb.
And because its composed of low-maintenance greenery, this terrarium requires very little water and care in order to thrive. So, whether you’re entering day three of a crystal bender, or are just too consumed with a Breaking Bad marathon on Netflix, the plants will be just fine.