We boondocked in a lovely spot next to a park and a fountain on a quiet street
We boondocked in a lovely spot next to a park and a fountain on a quiet street, so when we wake up, the kids go straight to the park after breakfast. It’s a lovely sunny morning and the air is cool. Daniel puts his new strings on ready for an afternoon busk.
The kids are happy but Daniel and I have been a little stressed out lately: Daniel is frustrated that he’s not been able to record his music despite our best efforts, and it’s hard for me to watch him be so dissatisfied. I thought we were on track for great things, and it was just gonna take some time, but he admitted to me that he feels like he’s failing to meet his goals. I wish I could help him, but instead I just make things worse by trying to talk about my feelings and getting irate. I suggest booking studio time but that’s a hard NO. He says he’s happy to wait until we find a nice quiet spot so I hope that once we’re done with Savannah, we can make that happen for him.
After spending all morning at the park, we call the kids back and hit the road. Daniel heads out today and I school the children after lunch. We have a nice time talking about philosophy, doing art, spelling and some music too.
Daniel came back after only a couple of hours which is unusual for him. He’d tried out a different spot we’d had recommended and someone called the police on him. They got quite aggressive and detained him, even threatening to arrest him, so he gave them his details and came back to the Hoose. We left and went to the dump before heading on to Brunswick and the next adventure!