Charge Up!


It’s time to recharge those batteries. Literally, after a weekend on a mountaintop we need to charge up! We decided to transition from an eastern mountain range to a western mountain range that was just a little bit closer to work so the drive in on Monday morning wouldn’t be as long. That transition takes us right through the heart of downtown so we decided to get ourselves some coffee, work on some posts, and charge up our devices.

It also offers a great time to catch up on some reading.


I know a lot of these posts are fairly short and direct and there is a reason for that. I graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s in Creative Writing and a Minor in Humanities. I have been working on a series of short stories about my time in Peace Corps, my year in China, and now about our time here on the road. These blogs are just a daily outline of what our lives look like as we move from the indoors to the great outdoors. My ultimate goal is to polish up some really well crafted stories and then self-publish them. I’ll post some excerpts here so you all can see the difference between blog style writing and story writing.


Even writing these short snippets on this website seem to take quite a bit of time. I think there is a reason so many people just stick to instagram and twitter, and I know the amount of followers on the blog won’t be nearly as high due in part to the increasingly short attention spans we’re all succumbing to; but, I shall write on!

That’s me working in the shade of some trees

If you ever have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask us. Shoot us a comment on here, on twitter @NarrativeRoots or on Instagram @otter_mayhem!

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