Josie had been looking into vanlife and when she got some remote work finally took the plunge. I love seeing what people can do with a non-Sprinter van, and she makes her 1999 Econoline into quite the home!
I love Josie’s spirit because delving into van living clearly boosted her confidence — from using a power drill for the first time, to cutting her bed to size in a parking lot with an electric knife. Those little things are making her more resilient and bold. She also says the unpredictability of #vanlife has made her a more “flowy” person. If you’re fascinated with van builds, we think you’ll love her video tour below!
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Josie’s Life In Her ’99 Ford Camper
She had help from friends & other vanlifers to outfit her van.
I really love the original red paint.
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