Not everyone chooses to go tiny forever — and that’s okay! Sometimes downsizing for a season is just what you need to check things off your bucket list, just like Kelly & David. They both had normal jobs in Portland and lived in a 3,000 square foot home.
They chose to take a 15-month sabbatical from work and purchased a Winnebago van so they could spend all their time traveling rather than building a DIY van. While the video tour was shot before their final three months of travel, in “real-time” they just finished up their U.S. & Canada tour and are headed back to “normal life.” Find out how long that lasts by following them on Instagram.
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Their 15-Month Vanlife Adventure
Their bed lifts up elevator-style to allow easy garage-access
They did add on some cool elements, like this bumper!
VIDEO: Winnebago 4×4 Camper Van w/ Elevator Bed
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