Nyna showed up in New York City where she went to become an actress, and met her now-husband Trevor who happened to be the one subletting her apartment to her. They started playing music together and Nyna decided that was far more fun than acting anyway!
Eventually they recorded an album and purchased a van from Florida. However, they had to spend all their money on the van and needed to work a whole year longer before they could hit the road. At first they basically “glamped” in an unfinished van, but eventually they were able to create the awesome van they have today!
Enjoy the Tiny Home Tours interview below.
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They Talk Making $$ Playing Music & Plans to Add Kids to their #VanLife
Their dinette turns into a guest bed (where their bass player slept for 3 months).
I like the grey! We don’t see that color often.
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Wonderful build. Really enjoyed the tour and the conversation about their lifestyle. Brought happy memories back to me. In the 80’s, long before glamping and living in vans, I bought a GMC 1 ton van stripped down and designed the inside to accommodate my dogs and horses. My saddles and equipment went right where they put their instruments, and I woke up each morning with my horses just a few feet away. Life was awesome, but I was a weekender, traveling to the horse shows. Sigh, sigh…..
They did an incredible job outfitting the van just the way they needed, and it was inspiring to listen to how they made their dreams come true, and are planning on the next chapter. I wish them many little musicians running around the van to share and enjoy the love they have to offer. Good luck, and thank you for sharing your joy. Brenda
THIS is tiny living to me. This is the spirit of tiny living. Something 40′ long is smallish, not tiny. I love the décor and the build out. Well done.