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23 Feet on Tour!

23 Feet on Tour!

This summer, we are headed back to Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California and Oregon where the film was created, to celebrate living simply and to share the story of 23 Feet.

23 Feet First Official Trailer!

23 Feet First Official Trailer!

Check out the trailer on Red Reel Video Meida’s Vimeo site!

Greer Glasser on passion, adventure, and living in 23 feet

Beneath my practical, “Do what your dad says, get a job and work hard to get ahead” exterior, I’ve always felt the urge to take risks, act on impulse and live freely. You could say there is a sort of discrepancy going on, a battle... [+]

Real Life on Road-Time

Real Life on Road-Time

Life moves quickly when you’re on the road. Once you get the hang of it, it’s as if a great pair of invisible wings has spread behind your back, lifting the heart, easing your stumbles. It’s exciting. You begin to live on “road-time”… Read more... [+]

Sea Legs

Sea Legs

I’ve always fancied myself a landlocked sailor of sorts. I spent my inland childhood pining for the waves of Cape Cod I discovered there on family vacations, delighting in the memories of swimming under waves, the smells of the beach, and the grit of sand... [+]

23 feet on iWend and...

23 feet on iWend and elephantjournal.com

We’ve been a pretty lucky bunch over the past month – meeting exceptional people, taking in beautiful scenery and sharing our passions with an audience of people that has far-exceeded our expectations, both in number and in support. Two amazing online publications, iWend and elephantjournal.com,... [+]

San Francisco

San Francisco

Pulling into San Francisco, it was hard to know whether the anticipation we felt in our bellies was the good, butterfly sort or the bad, knotted-up and twisty variety. On the one hand, the city was exciting and new and beaming with culture and life... [+]

Home is where your sock drawer is

I had this dream the other night about buying a Volkswagen Westfalia. We’ve seen lots of Westys on this trip and I’ve slowly started to long for one of my own – I’m now in the throes of a most unexpected vehicular crush… Read more... [+]

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

Despite an unexpected stay-over in a hot Oakhurst parking lot, we made it to Yosemite National Park. Some friends we had met in King’s Canyon had set up camp in Tuolumne Meadows, and were smiling huge when we pulled up. They pointed to a neighboring... [+]

Misfortune and the Road, or, the Kindness of Strangers

It’s pretty astonishing how quickly things can go from bad to worse and back again when you’re traveling. You really are vulnerable out there on the black pavement, subject to bad weather, mechanical malfunction and that bizarre asphalt-zombie feeling you get behind your eyes… Read... [+]