home is not a place,
but a state of mind nourished by friends?
One aspect about seasonal work that I love is the possibility to live and play in beautiful places. I have called the great outdoors of Alaska, the Southwest and now Wyoming my home for the last three years. I did not need a villa to feel home. I have occasionally lived in my car, tents, cabins and simple to fancy hotel rooms. I have meet people from all walks of life, most have come and gone, few have become friends.
I think, the feeling of being home certainly is a state of mind. Some of us may not have the need for a home in the traditional sense. A simple shelter may do it. To feel safe, whole…