Tammy and Donny separately came across videos of people living in their RVs and decided they wanted to try RV travel for themselves. Originally they purchased an RV just for vacations, but after 2020 hit, Donny retired, and they decided to sell their home and move into the RV full-time!
They actually live in the RV during the school year since Tammy still teaches, and then they travel during the summers. Their life feels “uncluttered” now that they’ve downsized and sold most of their worldly goods. Enjoy reading our interview with Tammy below!
Emily and Josh were both working jobs that kept them apart, and then driving to see each other on the weekends. They’d save up PTO to travel for a few weeks during the “off-season” and wish they could do it full-time. When 2020 changed their career trajectories, they were finally able to consider living nomadically full-time!
It took about two years for them to complete their skoolie conversion, and they spent the second year living in it while finishing the interior. You can read more about what led them to go tiny and how they feel about nomadic life below!
Lindsey spent some time after college traveling in a truck with her friends, which planted the seed for her now-nomadic life in a van conversion. Because she’s a travel nurse, she can take assignments all over the country and live there for a few months at a time in her van!
She purchased her van and spent a year building it out, and altogether it cost about $26,000. She has a fixed bed, lots of cabinets, and a cute kitchenette. What’s your favorite part of her conversion?
Here’s another incredible tiny house you can own and have a spot to park it immediately. This Traveler XL sits at Lot #7 at the original ESCAPE Tampa Village, and has prime real estate next to the pool area.
The unit includes a private first-floor bedroom, furnished living room, large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a full bathroom with an under-counter washer/dryer unit. You can purchase it today at a $10K discount for $119,515. The lot rent is $595/month and includes water, sewer, garbage/recycling, private deck, landscaping maintenance, security (gated access), and parking. Check it out below!
Christine is selling the lovely 40′ Keystone Montana High Country that she renovated. She’s made some great upgrades to the rig, which you’re sure to enjoy. The motorhome has a large living area/kitchen, a secondary sitting room/office, and a spacious bedroom in the gooseneck.
Oh, and did I mention there are two bathrooms in this unit? Plus an outdoor kitchen! It would make a fun tiny home for a couple. She’s selling it for $55,000 in Santa Rosa, CA.
Simone jumped into van life a few years ago and built out her own rig while working as a photographer. She and her husband, however, recently bought a home and are selling the van, but her work still requires some travel. Enter Boho Vans! She rented this great rig to attend a van gathering.
This rental has a fixed queen bed in the back and lots of upper cabinets in the front of the van for storage. A pull-out table gives her plenty of space to edit pictures. There’s also a lot of counter space for preparing meals. Do you like this van layout?
Here’s a tiny house in the Canoe Bay Escape tiny house village in Wisconsin. This Traveler XL sits on Lot #4 and is now looking for a new owner. This model has a spacious floorplan with a private first-floor bedroom and a luxury bathroom.
The village is specifically an adult-only vacation spot (no pets), and is sparsely populated on 100 acres to provide plenty of surrounding natural land to enjoy. Lot rental is $500/month and the home itself is $109.9K. You can book a stay if you want!
Nick has been “into” the tiny house movement since it first gained popularity, but it took a while for him to finally take the plunge and start traveling full-time. He began his journey in a larger RV, but hated that he couldn’t get to the more remote spots he wanted to — so he downsized!
He now travels in a pre-owned Ford Econoline with very little stuff. Likewise, he has simple baskets to store food and cleaning supplies, lots of storage under his fixed bed and a handy chest fridge. Check out his simple conversion below.
Courtney and CJ met doing gymnastics, got married, and moved to Washington, D.C. They were happy in their life until 2020 changed the world. They started camping more and more and wanted to keep doing it all the time — some Google searching led them down the van life rabbit hole, and they were hooked!
They settled on a bus conversion and spent the next 6 months taking their short bus and transforming it into a home on wheels. For the past 9 months, they’ve been traveling the country and enjoying the time together and in nature. Check out the video tour below!
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