Earlier this year we bought a used camper to put on our seasonal lot in Vermont. This post talks about the camper, and how it stacks up with our other campers.
A deep look at our current camper, and how it compares to our previous camper.
Notes from the travelers, hooray! We are still here, still trucking, still weird. We find ourselves these days in the fine state of Vermont. We are really taking our time and drinking in the states we are visiting and it has been a really good change. Despite the fact that we are “taking our time”… Continue reading We’re Lake People Who Love Mountain Views
On the road again with a whole new look and a whole new outlook on the nomad life and the ways it works for our family. Here we are. I hope you’re still with us. It’s hard to even wrap my head around the fact that we are 5 months into 2022. Beginning this year’s… Continue reading The Velcro-Effect
You never know what life is going to throw at you, the only thing that matters is how you respond to it.
When you live in a camper full time, the best way to stay sane is to feel at home no matter where you go. Here are 10 ways I made our camper feel more like home.
When it comes to the hardest part about full-time living, for me the answer is simple, but it might be surprising for people who haven’t done extended camping.
Celebrating special occasions in a camper during a global pandemic was as much fun as a “normal” party, just different.
Pets are not a reason to avoid camping or traveling. It’s not as big of an adjustment as you might expect.
Changing Pace… We are all about doing this differently around here and we have been skirting around some big lifestyle shifts for a very long time. I started with practicing gratitude, flipping the script on the ‘boring’ tasks of being a stay-at-home mom, I read Essentialism by Greg McEwan, I got into Kon Mari then… Continue reading Casual Weirdness, Indeed