This was the scene when I woke up this morning! My hosts in Oro Valley, just outside of Tucson Arizona, assured me that it never snows in Tucson. When I went to bed the sky was clearing and it was a fairly warm night… 6 hours later and everything was covered in snow! Fine powdered […]
Lee Varis ponders the nature of physical and mental activities related to the Technopod (his teardrop trailer) and his emerging life style.
Wherein I describe the annual FOTOfusion event and my involvement in it.
Wherein I lay out my plans for the first quarter of the year.
Wherein I begin the count down to the new year and evaluate the past half year of re-life design!
My Holiday Greeting and a special audio gift.
Wherein the Technopod takes its first camping trip and much is discovered about securing computer equipment for travel…
Wherein I talk about why I’m doing all this and the meaning of “getting small…”
I just returned from my first Technopod adventure! The maiden voyage occurred at the Great Western War, an annual SCA event near Bakersfield. The SCA is the Society for Creative Anachronism, an international group of Medieval re-enactors who get together to re-create the middle ages as they should have been! The event is basically a […]
I travel to New Mexico to pick up the tiny trailer that is to become the Varis Tecnopod.
I have recently returned from Lark Camp – a world music camp held every year in the Mendocino Woodlands in Northern California. This is an event that happens every year – this year being the 30th anniversary. I’ve been going to Lark for for 3 years now and I plan on going every year that […]
Things are changing – in the world, in the economy, in the environment and in my personal life! A process has started for me that promises to take me on a new adventure that I hope to share with you here as it unfolds. A personal epiphany (first referenced in my “Synchronicity” post) finds me […]