Just wanted to share this Ted Talk with our readers. We’ve been living the life of Less is More < = > ever since we gave up our house in San Francisco in 1992. Happy to see that it is catching on.
With all the talk of budget in the air, due to the national deficit and tanking economy, we thought we’d share an unfiltered view of exactly how much it costs to tour full time and run a business during a typical month. In this case we are looking at July of 2011. Time and time
As soon as we arrived in Hot Springs yesterday we made a bee-line to the water spouts at the visitor’s center. Where we filled our water jugs and soaked in the warm (okay HOT) water. Once we were refreshed we walked a couple of blocks to see our friends “The Itinerant Locals” do what they
Phew! It’s hot. We’ve done several cross country trips in the summer, like every summer for the past 19 years. And most have been without benefit of an air-conditioner. This year is no different. June 7th was a scorcher. So as we crossed into Arkansas found ourselves in Mammoth Springs and the cool 58° water
April 1-30 Revisiting our roots in the Bay Area, we’ve been performing for some of our old clients, including a couple of schools in San Jose; we did two performances for them yesterday and four today. It was a bad time for Dennis to get sick, which he does only once a decade or so,