Shelter Publications has been producing dreamy wish books of tiny homes and efficient nomadic tools since 1973, and if you have ever fantasized about taking off in a home on wheels, you almost certainly know his work. Rolling Homes is Lloyd Kahn’s latest volume, published in August 2022, and I am delighted that it includes…

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Jailed in the Pit of Agony This is not a book review, but a quick note from In Death news media that gives us a hint about Purgatory law enforcement. Do you ever wonder what those unfortunate Abominations did to get themselves jailed in the Pit of Agony? Interfering with Skeleton Archers who were trying to take…

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Brutal Arrows by Salvo the Unmerciful Meticulously researched, Brutal Arrows is a heartbreaking yet technically precise exposé of what happens when a traditional culture clashes with an advanced civilization from the future. After reading the pre-release teaser from Purgatory Press many months ago, we have been expecting a detailed catalog of the 31 arrow types used by…

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by Steven K. Roberts Friday Harbor, Washington updated: September, 2023 Please contact me via the webform or call 360-227-4977 to discuss film, video, audio, or still-image digitizing projects. (We do projects for local clients as well as those shipped from afar… and also offer Harbor Digitizing gift certificates.) Like most businesses, this began for personal…

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Big Electronic Human-Energized Machine… Only Too Heavy (1989-1992) It was 1989, and after 10,000 miles on the Winnebiko and another 6,000 on the Winnebiko II, the road had become my equivalent of living room walls — the network my neighborhood. Being a high-tech nomad had become my identity… I was that bearded writer who pedaled a…

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Miles with Maggie (1986-1988) After two years and 10,000 miles on the Winnebiko, I was ready for a few changes. My computational tools had begun to feel primitive, I missed the rich community and toolset of ham radio, I couldn’t write (or do much of anything) while riding, there was no on-board development system, and…

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After much research into the best digital piano for my boat (including many hours of participating in the Piano World forums), I chose the Casio Privia PX-5S. I am pleased with the decision; this is a 24-pound board with excellent touch and fabulous sound, no larger or more expensive than it needs to be, yet…

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