This website documents the life of Scott G. Kipp. I want to document what I’m making and thinking, where I’m going and where I’ve been. I’m in film school now and am making a short film about hang gliding. I’ve also released two novels in the Beyond Series. My travel plans have been curtailed by COVID, so I bought some land in Lone Pine and put my RV there. I’ll build a second home on the land while living in Santa Barbara.
High Above Lima
In March of 2021, I released the second novel in the Beyond Series called Beyond Machu Picchu. Skyler Briggs continues his travels into Peru with his old buddy Josh and new girlfriend Indigo. They have fun until their casual drug use lead to more problems. They hike the Inca Trail and end up at Machu Picchu where their next adventure begins with Ayahuasca shamans.
Both of the Beyond Series books are available at Amazon in paper or on Kindle here. I usually have a book on me and I’ll sell it to you for $10 in person or mail it to you for $20.
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I’ve found a place to build a home in the mountains. Lone Pine is the place for many reasons. I’ve been looking around the world for decades to buy the right land, read about why I chose Lone Pine here. Here are some blogs about what we’re doing on the property.
Hang Gliding Short Film
I’ve started film school at Santa Barbara City College and wrote a screenplay based on my book The Last Yankee Dodger. I’m also making a short film about some local hang gliders. Here’s some footage of them taken on my iPhone.
Besides making films and writing books, I’m also backpacking quite a bit before I get my vaccination. Here are some blogs about some trips into the backcountry.
Trip to Mission Pine Basin:
- A Shit HoleWell, I got the water system working and have all the water I want. Now, I need a place to defecate. I have a toilet and gray water in the RV, but I needed a place to dump …
- Why Lone Pine?People always ask why I bought some land in Lone Pine when I live in Santa Barbara. The main reason is that I want a mountain retreat where I can get away from the hustle and bustle of …