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The cute artist is on the road, this time for a couple of months and traveling and living in her new conversion van while plotting how to make a permanent sort of thing out of it.
Last news was that she was on her way to Colorado, the land of half-fruits, nuts and lots of climbing.
It's a neat van actually -- it was someone's handicapped van; the wheelchair lift that used to be in it is sitting in my garage (know anyone who needs one? It's in really good shape, it's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying a new -- in fact, cheap enough that it would be well worth it to drive halfway across the nation to get it -- they're close to $3k new!) and the other nice thing is that the drive train in it is almost identical to that in my Suburban, which means there's a gazillion parts if anything breaks that are available at reasonable cost.
If you're so inclined Sarah has a "donation" button up on her page (you can find it here); she's always interested in some gas for the tank when traveling, as you might imagine, and I'm sure she'll reward everyone with insanely-awesome photography as her travels continue.
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