We set our sights a bit further down the road to Seneca Rocks, West Virginia. We'd read about Spruce Knob being the highest peak in West Virginia, and Kyle being a former rock climber, and Tobi being from Utah, we had to see this mountain with our own eyes.
One of the greatest things about living mobile is having the ability to pick a random spot on a map and go explore. Enter Hocking Hills State Park.
As we're cruising along, I can't help but reflect on how many people have contributed to making this whole dream come to life.
Here I thought I was getting ready to live this easy-breezy minimalist lifestyle, but I had completely cluttered my brain with attachments to ideas of how things should be. Once I really started paying attention to it, I noticed that clinging to these ideas was holding me back just as much if not more than any material attachment would have. Living in a bus and being self-employed demands flexibility. I was genuinely allowing these rigid plans get in the way of my happiness, and for what? There was no payoff whatsoever.