Courtney had left her job in the fashion world looking for something different — so she headed to Southeast Asia where she started backpacking. But then 2020 happened, forcing her to move back home.
It was there she had to decide what to do, and vanlife seemed like a great choice. Soon she came across her 1999 Ford E150 and began her build-out. Unlike many of the vans we see, Courtney kept it simple! She didn’t fuss over electrical or solar or bathrooms or fancy paneling. That and she used 90% repurposed materials to keep the entire build sustainable.
I love her fuss-free design. You can see it all in the video tour from Tiny Home Tours below!
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Courtney’s 1999 Ford E150 Solo Van Life
Her van came with an awesome awning.
She is loving her life on the road!
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