Staying connected on the road! A review of the PepLink MAX BR1 Mini
Like most people on the planet, my day starts with a good cup of coffee. On average, I have at least 3 cups of coffee a day or more. I'm not unusual, just an average coffee drinker. Not your typical coffee drinker Once upon a younger me, I drank massive amounts of coffee (and caffeine). … Continue reading In search of…coffee!
One aspect to RV design that I loathe, is the seemingly dedicated style of making everything "match." Wood color, accent colors...all seem to go into a monotone color palette. I'm not a fan of that approach and relying on wallpaper borders or accent metal (gold and bronze, overused!) is quite bad, in my humble opinion. … Continue reading Project: Bathroom backsplash
Well, we are now past our two month mark in the RV. Doesn't seem like it. Seems like we've only been in for a short while. No fights, no regrets. Our modern world enables us to live this way. We can thank the Internet and accommodating employers that allow us to work from anywhere and … Continue reading Digital Nomadism
Well, it seems my ever present alter ego is present in most of my posts, so much so that people are expressing concern about me. More likely, you are worried about Julie, I mean, she lives with me, in a small space, 24/7, rain or shine. Knowing me as well as I do, I'm sure … Continue reading A note from a man called “Eeyore”
There are many projects to be had in our RV. A never ending plethora of fun and games is to be had if I look hard enough. That's not to say there are so many things, that we will be underwater and never complete them. There are just plenty of things to do, some are … Continue reading Projects: Coming Soon
So, in the RV, there are a couple of cabinets that contain, originally, the switching box for TV, satellite, music, etc., that now contains our electronics package. The cabinet now contains our PepLink router, HD Homerun and WeBoost. The PepLink allows me to have two SIM cards for different cellular carriers (AT&T and Verizon) and … Continue reading Project: Electronics Cabinet Update