As you may well know, I travel a lot. My job keeps me on the road as much as possible (around 48 weeks a year when gainfully employed). That wasn’t the case when I started this blogging adventure, and I spent the vast majority of last season at home in Denver. It made life as a hockey blogger a lot easier. I was able to see games live at the Pepsi Center, and if I had to work, I could watch the taped broadcasts. I had it easy.
This season, it looks like I will be on the road for the majority of it, and, unfortunately, mostly traveling around the Eastern Conference. Still, a blogger’s gotta do what a blogger’s gotta do.
With that in mind, I thought I would bring you a little slice of my life. This is what I am calling Tapeleg Studios, my portable setup:
It’s a good thing I drive from city to city. I don’t think all of that would fit in a carry on. But, what is all that crap, you ask? Here’s the breakdown.
You can click that to make it bigger, if you have a hard time reading all that stuff.
Feed readers: There are pictures. Don’t feel left out. Make with clicky.