STL Round-Up!

Relive the St Louis Night Market with these posts leading up to and during the event. View this post on Instagram The Noodle Truck Man doing what he does best! #everyherelogistics A post shared by Colin Fahrion (@colinaut) on Aug 15, 2015 at 6:12pm PDT View this post on Instagram #everyherelogistics #teatruck A post shared… Read More

Summer Road Trip Podcast Suggestions

After the weeks and weeks of working and coordinating the Kickstarter for EhL I was DONE with planning anything. I decided to skip camping and stay home to focus on relaxing, catching up on life and sleeping as much as possible. On Friday before the holiday weekend Mark sent an email with an itinerary of activities… Read More

Nomadic Artistry: Living Out of a Pickup Truck with Style, Pt 4

Featuring: Salton Sea, Mercey Hot Springs, BLM land, and a sunset. Thanks to the Salton Sea, I now have a staunch respect for large birds (read: fear). What can I say, life is full of peril. And fun! SO much fun. Also, smells. I’m a very olfactory person, and well, the Salton Sea is not… Read More

Nomadic Artistry: Living Out of a Pickup Truck with Style, Pt 3

Installment 3: pitbulls, polka dots, windmills, and hang gliders. The pitbull’s named Maggie May, if you were curious. Click the pictures for gallery! Back Story: Two of the Junior Ranger truck women recently went on a SoCal road trip to Joshua Tree, Slab City, and the Salton Sea. We lived out of a Nissan Frontier, cooked all… Read More

Paint Your Face: A Teaser!

A new installment of Nomadic Artistry, Living Out of a Truck with Style will be up soon. I’ve been slacking thanks to work. In the meantime, here’s a photo teaser of Tess Aquarium doing Papa Jimmy’s makeup in Slab City. Isn’t he beautiful? How do YOU get glam on the weekends? Looking glitzy, feeling tipsy?!!!

Nomadic Artistry: Living Out of a Pickup Truck with Style, Pt 1

Two of the Junior Ranger truck women recently went on a SoCal road trip to Joshua Tree, Slab City, and the Salton Sea. We lived out of a Nissan Frontier, cooked all of our meals over a camp stove or open fire, and ventured to new areas on the basis of GPS coordinates and word-of-mouth referrals.… Read More