My new normal is coming faster than I thought it would. After only four months of almost constant travel, I've decided to find an apartment in Austin.
I'll continue to update this website during that process. This should be an interesting year.
I worked freelance as a website designer from October 2001 to my retirement in April 2017. I sold my home in August and left Fort Worth the same day, headed west. For the time being, I'm a traveler. I don't know where I'll live next. Beaches, campgrounds and motels will do for a while. I'm free. Everything I now own would fit into my SUV.
I have never written to friends and family often enough, I know. That won't change. But I will post pictures here to show what I see and where I've been. If you're ever curious about "whatever happened to Larry," look here. I hope to return to my version of normal in a year or two. Somewhere.
I'm not doing this on Facebook or other social media because I don't need to. And I don't like all the excess baggage that comes with social media. If you want to contact me, my email address is easy to deduce once you know larrycrowder.com.
Harcourt College Publishers, Fort Worth
World Advertising (in-house agency) Fort Worth
Continuing Education, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hilo, Hawaii
Texas Department of Health, Austin, Texas
Sci-Com Madison, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association, Madison, Wisconsin
Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey; Qui Nhon, Vietnam
BA Journalism, TCU