Victory has been living nomadically for nearly a decade. It all started after she turned 18 and went to four different overseas universities, moving from apartment to apartment and seeing the Continent. She had moved nearly 20 times before she settled into her van.
At first, Victory planned to travel the U.S. by hitchhiking across the country, but when she saw people were traveling in their vans, she decided to take that approach. Now she works a couple of months a year to support her travels, and spends most of her time digging for and breaking open fascinating rocks.
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Her Van, Designed for Socializing
What an adorable dog she has with her.
She decided to paint the van after realizing she didn’t really want to be stealthy.
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Nicely done. I have listened a few times to the video trying to get the name of the heater you (friends)installed under the front seat. Is it LP gas, diesel, electric? Much appreciated for any reply.
She didn’t state the name but said it’s a diesel heater and that she got it from Amazon for about $170…
How in the world do you afford to live nomadic. Fuel still cost,refueling batteries, food for you and your dog, repairs… none of my business just curious.
This is seriously one of the best I’ve seen! I would have added an emergency toilet with bags & pine pellets. There are a couple of other things I would have added to make it work for me but it’s really a terrific build!