Twenty Eight Feet is an 8.5 minute documentary about David Welsford. A man who decided that life was more than a career or stability in the traditional sense. Instead he opted for a nomadic lifestyle (something I’ve been seriously daydreaming about and considering lately). David restored a, you guessed it, 28-foot boat and has been living on it, traveling around and loving life. There were two quotes from this film that I really loved (because they’re concerns of mine) and I thought I’d share those, and then let you enjoy this incredible short film by Kevin A Fraser:
“I think I understand money, in my way of understanding money, which is, once you figure out how to make enough, then go to the things that make you happy. There’s always a way to make money. There’s always enough to live. If I have enough to go and have a beer, and I have enough to go and have a beer, and I have enough to go to the grocery store and I can put enough diesel in the tanks of the boat, and I think I’m one of the richest people in the world; I feel great.”
“If you think I’m a dirtbag, then you don’t understand the lifestyle, and that’s okay with me too.
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