I recently had the opportunity to have a cup of matcha with the fascinating and inspiring Tynan, a young entrepreneur who’s obsessed with living a fulfilling and adventure-packed life. We hung out in his remarkable RV — parked behind a gas station in SF — which he has customized to an almost unimaginable degree. He managed to install some beautiful tatami mats, mainly because he likes to prepare and serve tea so much (tatami of course also makes a terrific flooriing for a futon). He’s also written several books, including one called The Tiniest Mansion: How To Live in Luxury on the Side of the Road in an RV. We talked for a few hours, and here is the tiniest slice of it.
And here are a few interior shots of his RV. It’s hard to see, but note the violin on the rear wall!
And his very cool microkitchen:
And finally, our matcha!
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Matcha, like many things we put inside our bodies, has a taste spectrum. Some of it tastes sublime, and some of it is disgusting to the point of being unpotable. And there's everything in between.I think many of you know what […]
Oct 23, 2018