RV Tales #5 – Rain Sucks!

By Jason Moffatt | Travel

Jan 06

I’m in the rain capital of the world Brightwood Oregon. I think we got about 8 feet of rain this week.

The soaked carpets inside of the RV would almost back up my measurements. The fried screech of the TV also gives off clues that something ain’t right with the waterproofing above. That TV is toast. And so are my feet.

For some damn reason my feet are itching like crazy. I think it’s because I spend 90% of my life barefoot in the sun and all of the sudden I’m wearing socks and shoes in a very moist environment. The cold and wet sucks. I’m not a fan.

I need to head south. And quickly. I’ll be in the Portland area for a few more days to meet with a few clients and friends, and then I’m Going, Going, Back, Back, To Cali. A surf session is long overdue.

Then I’ll be off to Vegas to hook up with Randy Primm. Then the action starts. The guys at the InternetMarketingParty.com are urging me to come speak at the Feb 9th gig in Austin TX. I’m pretty sure that just may work out.

I got invited to speak at the Learning Annex in New York as well later in the spring, but I’m not sure if I can swing the dates or not. For some reason it doesn’t overly excite me. I turned down the gig at the San Diego Learning Annex for some reason as well.

I guess the main thing that I don’t like is committing to a date. That’s hard for me to do. Once I commit to a date I always feel some sort of uhhhhh, yeah commitment, that’s the word. I’m not entirely opposed to commitment but it really throws my care free vibe askew. Hence why I seldom commit to much.

Yesterday I did commit to spending about 9 to 10 hours working on a website that Kameron and I started last year. Lets see if I can finish the last 30% and get this baby live by the end of the week. That’s the plan. I’m a great starter, but a lousy finisher. Why are so many of us that way?

A few days ago I took a written drivers test at the Sandy DMV. That was kind of scary. I’d of felt pretty stupid if I failed. The clerk asked me if I read the book. I replied… “No”.

It was a multiple choice test. You need to get 28 answers correct before you miss 7. I got two questions wrong out of the first six. A 66% accuracy ratio surely wouldn’t get my license. Thankfully, I pimped out the rest of the questions and only missed 4 all together.

Lets see, what else is happening? New Years was a great festive time with a bunch of friends that I haven’t seen in a few years. It was a large family gathering and 2 day partypalooza. I had to cut out early. Lightweight.

Christmas was mellow with the folks and my brother. Santa brought me all the things I needed in my RV like a hand held vacuum, some tools and a new shaving kit. I tend to get all Grizzly Adams after a few days. I shaved my balls first though. (Hey, I thought blogging was all about transparency?)

I’ve lost a bit of weight over the holidays too. I’m still kind of puzzled how that happens because the amount of reps with the 12 ounce beer curls has surely increased. I think I must be eating a lot less because I don’t have a sweet lady around baking me cakes anymore.

Okay, I feel like I’m just rambling here. I’ve been meaning to make a blog post for a while but haven’t known exactly what to say. So I figured I’d just get on here and ramble a bit.

Missing Cali surf,



About the Author

Jason Moffatt is a former private detective turned internet marketer who uses his skills of keen observation and deductive reasoning to pinpoint the easiest paths to success online. He’s passionate about helping entrepreneurs in the health & wellness field along with those in the personal development space. Jason believes we’re all a work in progress and that each day presents an opportunity to be a little be better than the last.

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