Here we are
Riding the sky
Painting the night with sun
You and I, mirrors of light
Twin flames of fire
Lit in another time and place…
…I know your name
I know your face
Your touch and grace
All of time can not erase
What our hearts remember stays
Forever on a song we play
Lyrics found here.
Image found here.
Part of my retirement plan is to buy a campervan and go where the wind blows…
Camper vans have a habit of getting under your skin. Old vans in particular have a certain character and have a knack of creating an emotional physical – even spiritual – connection to those to own, drive and live in them.
The latest online edition of Influx Magazine caught my eye recently and celebrates van life. In a series of articles it reviews the attractions of van life: the freedom to explore, the driving style and the way of life.
There’s a feature on a gorgeous 1968 Dodge A-108 custom camper that’s been oozing that Americana vibe in sleepy North Devon since the early 1990s.
You’ll also find a celebration of the iconic VW Transporter from its humble beginnings in 1950s Germany right up to its latest incarnation, the modern T6, in 2015.
I think you’ll enjoy it. Go on, go for a spin.
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