We're excited to be featured alongside other talented skoolie converters in Kimberley Mok's forthcoming book, The Modern House Bus, set to be released on August 14, 2018 by Countryman Press! The author did an excellent job covering a number of important topics related to school-bus conversions, and we're quite impressed with the skill and creativity … Continue reading We’re in a Book!
Since last fall’s announcement that we’ve decided to stay-put in Colorado for a while, we’ve been pretty busy. First and foremost, I (Justine) have returned to a full-time office job while Ryan has also increased his remote work hours back up to a full-time level. Outside of work we’ve made time to explore the Front … Continue reading What Are We Doing Now?
Working remotely is a great way to fund your travels and can seem idyllic on paper, but it certainly isn’t always stress free or easy. Figuring out how to maintain a stable professional life while also navigating all of the uncertainty and stimulation associated with life on the road can be challenging and requires persistence … Continue reading Working Remotely While Traveling Full-Time
After attending Burning Man, and while making our way eastward toward Colorado, we had the pleasure of spending a few nights at Antelope Island State Park in Syracuse, Utah. Situated in the Great Salt Lake, this unique place offers dreamy vistas, uninterrupted star-gazing, and a sleepy peacefulness that will lull you into a deep state … Continue reading Travelogue: Antelope Island, Utah
Taking the leap into full-time travel can be daunting. Just figuring out the logistics can quickly start to feel so overwhelming and intimidating that you may be tempted to throw your hands in the air and stay put. For me, one of the things that made the transition easier was to seek inspiration and insight … Continue reading 5 Blogs about Full-Time Travel You Don’t Want to Miss
Dear blog readers, we have something very big to share with you: After nearly two years of full-time travel, we've officially settled down again! Wait, what? The entire process of converting our bus into a comfortable home as well as the experience of living, working, and traveling on it full-time has been fantastic for us. … Continue reading BIG NEWS: We’re Settling Down
After hundreds of miles of traveling the West Coast, we capped off our exciting summer by fulfilling a long-standing desire to attend Burning Man! What the Heck is Burning Man? For anyone unfamiliar with this unique event, it's hard to capture its essence in words, but I'll do my best to give you the most … Continue reading Travelogue: The Bus Goes to Burning Man
2017 Summer Recap Part Three In other posts on this blog, I've talked about how we try to use our bus' wheels to avoid extreme temperatures, so many of you may be wondering why in the hell we decided to drive back to Texas in the middle of July. Well, we were invited to attend … Continue reading Travelogue: From There to Texas
2017 Summer Recap: Part 2 - July Washington Sequim, WA Where we stayed: Dungeness Recreation Area Washington has a reputation for having pervasively dreary weather, but Sequim goes a long way towards undermining this notion. Situated in the Olympic Rain Shadow, Sequim bucks the rainy trend and has a significantly drier and sunnier climate the … Continue reading Travelogue: Washington State
2017 Summer Recap: Part 1 - May & June We covered a lot of ground this summer - both in terms of miles and experiences. In addition to exploring new parts of the country, we also had opportunities to spend time with good friends and family, as well as chances to meet other travelers on … Continue reading Travelogue: Oregon State