I am a cancer survivor on a mission to explore and travel as much as possible in my time left on this amazing planet. I am passionate about the outdoors and conservation. I love animals and exploring with my wife Nicole.
I am great with people and love to have meaningful conversations. I have been in the sales industry my whole life so communication is key to me. My wife and I love to garden and strive to live a sustainable lifestyle.
Yes we have a 4 year old dog.
We are new to boon-docking but our favorite so far is Lolo National Forest.
2018 Ram Promaster converted cargo van.
We are super glad to see a younger couple choose to live this part of their lives on the road. They are a most interesting couple and we wish them the best.. Looking forward to seeing them again.
Here is the bubble recipe..Have fun.
1 GAL GUAR GUM BUBBLE MIX
Amounts for 1 gallon of juiceEdit
If you use gallon jugs for mixing/storing your juice, you can these amounts. Most gallon jugs hold slightly more than one gallon of fluid.
Guar gum. 1 tsp. | 5 ml | 5.25 grams. Use a bit more or less to suit your preferences.
Baking powder. 2 tsp or 10 ml. You can use a little more without any problem.
Alcohol (for slurry). 2 tbsp. | 30 ml.
Detergent (Dawn manual professional pots and pan) 140 grams | 9.5 tablespoons (or very slightly less) | 1/2 cup plus 1.5 tbsp.
Water. 3640 ml | 15.5 cups.
NOTE: For measuring ease, I sometimes use 15 cups (which is 3 quarts plus 3 cups) water.
You can use a bit more detergent or a bit less water if you like a less dilute mix. 6 ounces (12 tablespoons or 1/2 cup plus plus 4 tablespoons or 177 grams) yields a 20.5:1 dilution.
NEVER STIR THE SOLUTION HARD BECAUSE IT WILL BREAK APART THE POLYMER MOLECULES OF THE GUAR GUM AND THE SOLUTION WILL NOT WORK