After a brutally hot summer in Arizona getting the bus ready, we’re definitely following the good weather this winter. We are headed to Florida to spend the holidays with family!
It’s not often that we actually have plans more than a day or two out, but Florida is a difficult place to winter in an RV without reservations. So, we’ve gone against our default of trusting in serendipity on a nightly basis, and have actually laid out plans!
Here they are:
- November 13 – 17 – Altamonte Springs, FL (north Orlando)
- November 18 – December 19 – Melbourne, FL (yes… a month!! In one spot??)
- December 20 – 28 – Hudson, FL (north of Tampa)
- December 28 – 31 – Arcadia, FL for the Arcadia Bus Rally
- Early 2012 and beyond – Undetermined.
Technomadia’s Open Bus Invites
The benefit to having actual plans, is that we can dip our toes into something we’ve been wanting to do for a while – which is organizing casual meet-ups with our readers.
As such, we have scheduled a couple of ‘Open Bus’ events while we’re in Florida.
If you’re in the area, we’re extending an invite to stop on over, meet us, ask questions about technomadism and tour our bus.
You can RSVP on our Facebook event’s pages:
Open Bus – Orlando Area – Thursday, Nov 17 – 3-8pm
Open Bus – Melbourne – Sunday, Nov 27 – 3-5pm
Eventually, when we know in advance we’ll be somewhere, we’d like to organize some casual multi-day gatherings and talk series – sorta like taking our ‘Camp Nomadia’ concept on the road. But this is a start.
We’ll also be at the Arcadia Rally in late December – and have been invited to present on Lithium Ion Batteries and Mobile Internet Options. If you’re also attending the rally, we look forward to meeting you there!
As always, we absolutely enjoy meeting up with our readers during our travels – as that’s the primary reason we keep this blog. So if you’re also in Florida this winter, let us know – and let’s see what we can coordinate.
We are very much looking forward to putting the landing gear down in a few days and having much quality time with friends & family in Florida. And maybe, just maybe, a few less bus projects??