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After a job loss, these college sweethearts sold everything they owned and decided to leave “normal” life behind, find remote work, and renovate an RV fit to take them to the slopes! Since most RVs aren’t winter-proofed, it took a lot of creativity to insulate and protect their rig enough to withstand a winter of sports and exploration.

They painted a beautiful mountain mural on the exterior of the RV and added a DIY composting toilet and solar system to allow them to go and stay off-grid. What do you think of this conversion?

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Couple & Dog in Class C Conversion

Marty the RV Build For Colder Weather

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Tyler and Nina are loving their life on the road in their 18‘ 1993 Fleetwood Jamboree Searcher. While the outside remains relatively untouched, they transformed the dank and dingy interior and created a light and bright living space.

Their dinette becomes their couch, and the couple admitted it stays like that most of the time. They also have a bed over the cab for sleeping. Wait until you see the once-yellow shower/toilet area transformed into a magazine-worthy itty bitty bathroom!

Enjoy the video tour and interview with Tiny Home Tours that you can watch below! You can follow the couple on Instagram here.

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Visiting National Parks in Their RV Conversion

Tyler & Nina in their 18‘ 1993 Fleetwood Jamboree Searcher 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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