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The Big Bend of Texas :: S3 E9

In this episode, the LiveWorkWander crew (that’s us) leave Austin, Tx and head towards the Big Bend. There they shoot a short film, Jorge uses a composting toilet, Jessica manages to be taller than Jorge, and Linus finds a new place to sleep.

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Julieanna Cline
15 days ago

Hi Jorge and Jessica, Just wanted to let you know how much I’ve enjoyed reading about your adventures. I found you in a rather odd way,–about a year ago I stayed at Jim Keaveny’s place in Big Bend. I was reading some of your more recent thoughts regarding a general lack of excitement re travel and wondering about having children. While each of has to find our own path, I’ve often wondered when the feeling of excitement and the “thrill of the ride” will desert me. To date, it has not. As I grew up in a cult and did… Read more »