Life In An RV

Thanks for visiting my “Life in an RV” page.  As some of you know, in December 2012 I decided to become a fulltimer and live solely out of a used RV that I purchased.  It has been an amazing journey- not without challenges- but one of the most rewarding decisions I have made for my life and career.  I will use this page to post videos and stories about my adventures in this lifestyle at the hope that it provides mainly entertainment with the occasional gem of wisdom gained along the way.  I hope you enjoy it!


UPDATE FOR 2016!-  I have made some decisions about my future involving life in an RV.  First- I absolutely love it.  Second- It is hard in the current vehicle because the vehicle is old and NOT designed for full-time or winter use.  My plan is to buy a decomissioned school bus and convert it into a energy-efficient and arctic-capable living space.  This will take a few years, but I'll be sure to post my work towards it as it happens.  I hope you enjoy it! 

UPDATE FOR 2017!- Still saving...

November 29, 2017

The further I go on this journey, the more I am convinced that talent has nothing to do with mastering a musical instrument. That statement by itself makes no consideration of the biggest constraint of all- time. To master the bass trombone takes little strength and li...

November 29, 2017

I realized today that practice for me is just like practice for anyone who isn't a musician in that my practice time still feels like an extra thing I do outside of my work responsibilities. The fact that I teach and play for a living doesn't really matter. I need to s...

November 29, 2017

​It is probably no surprise to anyone reading this page that practice will help you improve. I have played the trombone since I was twelve years old, but as I have aged, I have learned a great deal about efficiency and effectiveness. In my opinion, a simple formula wil...

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