I’ve recently adapted my Ketogenic Hot Chocolate recipe to be Vegan as well. This is done by replacing the ghee or butter with a can of coconut milk, and adding a little sunflower lecithin to aid in the mixing.
I’m loving it so far, and am still enjoying the natural health effects of being in ketosis – stable energy and a clear mind is a great way to start the day!
Here’s my first live Sitar practice session. I ended up explaining some of the basics of the instrument and of music itself!
Last time you heard from me I was thinking through some ideas on how to arrange the battery and panels on my Solar eBike. In this video I’ll show you how I created an expandable battery pack!
I’ve had several people in my life find out they had Cancer, and I’ve seen the devastating effects of one of the standard treatments called Chemotherapy first hand. This led me to do a fair amount of research on my own to see if science really supports this treatment and to investigate other options that are traditionally unsupported by western medicine.
Continue reading “Chemo Effects and Other Options”
I’m planning to upgrade my Rad Rover eBike
with a solar charging system so that I can harness the power of the sun when riding around. I have a few ideas so far on how to set it up, but haven’t settled on anything.
I’m hoping some of you have some ideas for how to solve the issues I mention towards the end of the video.
I’ve been playing an online game called SteemNova for awhile now in an Alliance called The Sovereign which role-plays the Non-Aggression Principle. One of the benefits of the game is that you can earn the Steem cryptocurrency by being a member of the top 8 Alliances.
Continue reading “Earn Cryptocurrency Playing SteemNova”
Lately I’ve been fascinated with the subject of Common Law, and have learned a lot in just a few days of research. In this video I share a bit about what I’ve found so far.
Continue reading “Common Law vs. Civil Law”
I recently gave my motorized bicycle to my good friend Jeremiah the Nomad Man
, and picked up a Rad Rover
electric bike (eBike) as my secondary vehicle. Come along as I use the bike to haul a large heavy object 8 miles back from town, while still having over 3/5ths charge in the battery after 16 miles round trip.
This was up and down steep hills so it’s pretty impressive in my book… I hope to convert this bike and trailer into my primary transport for cross country nomadic traveling. No licensing, registration, insurance or expensive maintenance, and it’s powered by the sun… Yes!
In this episode I visit Mount Saint Helens in Washington state with my traveling buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man
. This volcano last erupted in 1980 and was the biggest eruption the United States has seen, at least as far back as we’ve been tracking that.
I was born only a few miles away 18 months later, so it was always something people were talking about. I’m glad I finally got to finally visit it for myself! This is the last stop before reaching the Seattle area where I’ll be staying for awhile. In the next video I’ll explain why I’m here and my plans for the future.
On this episode I visit Crater Lake in Oregon with my traveling buddy Jeremiah the Nomad Man
on the way back home to Washington. This lake is the crater of a volcano that erupted 7700 years ago. It’s nearly 2000 feet deep making it the deepest lake in the United States.
Definitely an amazing view, though car camping isn’t really an option in the park itself. Luckily there were plenty of places in the nearby National Forest. In the next video we’ll be visiting Mount St. Helens in Washington which erupted 2 years before and near where I was born. I’m looking forward to it!