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Out on the Limb

What Will We Become?

Friday, April 01, 2005

When we are fulltimers, what do we call ourselves...besides "fulltimers"?
I notice that Tioga and George refer to themselves as vagabonds.

Vagabond: n. 1) A person without a permanent home who moves from place to place. 2) A vagrant; a tramp. 3) A wanderer; a rover.

How about "gypsy"..."One inclined to a nomadic, unconventional way of life." Unconventional sounds good. We haven't gotten TV reception in this house since the mid 90's. That's pretty unconventional, I think. On the road, we will once again have TV reception because we will have a satellite....a necessity for the computer.

I think the word "nomad" suits us best: 1) A member of a group of people who have no fixed home and move according to the seasons from place to place in search of food, water, and grazing land. 2) A person with no fixed residence who roams about; a wanderer.

The word "nomad" has a simple earthy feeling to it. I don't plan on grazing, though. Being nomadic is a daily reminder of how little we really need in this world. Life is not about grasping for more stuff. Tread lightly. Let Earth begin to heal.

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posted by Deb, 7:05 PM


You've not missed anything by not having a tv reception. There is hardly anything to watch,except sometimes some nature and good discussion programs on PBS
commented by Blogger KL, 5:57 AM  
Yes...I traveled to Cleveland recently and watched some TV to see what wasn't on. I agree about the nature shows and PBS.

Cute dog
commented by Blogger Deb, 7:42 PM  

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