2 years ago today I acquired this thing. At first I wasn’t sure, but @cat.k.huynh, my siblings, @garywyman and @conationcollective convinced me to invest in something that is a endless money and stress pit. Regardless, it helped me understand what a true journey is and is one of the best dumb decisions I have ever made. Cheers to Desert Rose (named after the Sting song...don’t ask) here’s to many more adventures. #vanlife#westfalia
4 1519 hours ago
When you don’t have a heater just park next to the fire 😬😬😊😂🔥🔥🔥🚐✌🏽
We had a big list of goals when it came to the kitchen, I’ll admit. We wanted an oven, large front-load fridge, big sink, filtered water, and enough storage for jars, reusable grocery bags, mugs, pots, pans, etc.
58 82082 days ago
Best time of the day to be contemplating the sky and the ocean at the same time . A bird came by to say hi ! .
What’s your favorite time of the day to observe nature ? .
Follow @thevanlane 🚌💫
📸: @charlottecurdphotos & @hireakombi
There’s worse places to swap out a clutch slave cylinder... if only I had my @venturelibre#westybravo then, the job would have been that much easier! 🚎🌬🗺
There are so many ways to go about earning an income while living nomadically. 👉👉 We love hearing how others make their financial equations work on the road: travel nursing, remote work 9-5 with companies they worked for previously, essential oil sales, seasonal jobs, or freelancers/bloggers like us. What else? The list goes on... We also prepared to live nomadically by paying off all our debt (100K), saving up and building freelance skills before quitting our full-time jobs but we still learn something new almost every day out here. Everyone’s risk tolerance is different. Ours was pretty low so we honored that by preparing. There’s no *right way* just what you feel comfortable with.