This Thanksgiving the Gypsy Givers celebrated a tradition of their own. The Givers were happy to make their way back for a third year in a row to the Healy Senior Center in Humbolt County, California. Being the newest gypsy I was asked to share the experience and it only felt right that my first event celebrated […]Read more "A Gypsy Thanksgiving Tradition"
The Gypsy Givers spent the end of spring and summer months home on the east coast. We were reunited after spending a few weeks, OK, 5 weeks apart. Every Friday we came together at the place that started our love for volunteering and helping others, The Bodhi Food Pantry in Lafayette, NJ. Over the past […]Read more "Home Is Whenever I’m With You"
We have reunited in sunny California! After a week in Lake Tahoe we have traveled back to the Nevada City area for the annual cleanup along the river. We decided that we should camp down by the river since the cleanup was the next morning near the Bridgeport Crossing. We pulled up a steep, dirt […]Read more "International Coastal Cleanup Day"
We are proud to announce we were chosen among 85 other individuals and groups from around the world as part of MightyGoods ” 85 INSPIRING VANLIFE NOMADS AND ALL THE COOL VANS THEY LIVE IN”. After over two and a half years of living to the beat of our own drum it feels great to be […]Read more "85 Inspiring Vanlife Nomads"
Hey Friends! This year we were given the gift of serving the Baan Dada orphanage in Thailand. We are so grateful to have become part of their lives and in turn they have our infinite love. The children each explore their unique gifts on a daily basis. Some of them took the time to share […]Read more "Gypsy Giver Giveaway"
Before arriving in Hawaii I would have never guessed it to be the wettest place on Earth. Logan telling me so and reading the sign at the lookout was just not enough clarification. Much to my dismay we got caught in daily downpours on what would start as beautiful sunny days on Kauai. The […]Read more "The Wettest Place on Earth"
Frankford Township Elementary school is where we began. I moved here in the 3rd grade (1993) and met Lindsay shortly after. As you can tell we’ve been inseparable ever since. My brother in law, Jacob, is as of today 12 years old and is a student in Ms Guida’s 6th grade class. The two called and […]Read more