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Mark had been doing van life for years when he met Marina and ended up moving into a house with her. Cue the lockdowns of 2020 and both of them were ready to get out! So they built out a van, then another van, and eventually this incredible box truck that doubles as party central when it gets dark.

Despite the wild nighttime vibe, it’s very calm and cozy on the inside with big cushy couches, an elevator bed, and a luxurious shower. The couple is now selling this rig, so they can build an overlanding version! Enjoy the tour below.

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Their $20K Rig with Amazing Storage & Design

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Kandace grew up camping as a kid, and when she met Justin she was interested in hopping back into it. So the couple purchased a teardrop camper and enjoyed weekend trips, but wanted to do more!

So Kandace sold her home, and they sold most of their belongings, quit their jobs, and decided to take a year off to travel the country in their 1965 Airstream! They’ve made 50 stops so far and are loving their nomadic life.

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Adventurous Couple’s Renovated 1965 Airstream Globetrotter Sabbatical

Airstream Sabbatical for this Adventuring Couple 3

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When their lease was close to expiring, Hannah and Danny knew they had no desire to renew it, but also weren’t sure about their next move. That’s when they landed on a bus conversion! Both of them quit their jobs, so they could work full-time on the bus conversion (they’ve since gotten travel/remote work).

The bus is gorgeous, with a spacious kitchen and a great back-of-the-bus design with a side-by-side bed and bathroom that allows for a spacious shower. In the front of the bus, there’s an L-shaped couch that doubles as a guest bed, and a special puppy corner for their dog! What do you think?

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They Quit Their Jobs to Try #BusLife!

Couple & Dog in Teal DIY Skoolie 3

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You might remember Trevor and Rae’s first Overlander that they built on a budget. When we last talked to them, they were in the process of taking an old snowplow truck and making their second epic overland rig. Now it’s finished, and you’ll love the tour!

The rig is beautiful and decked out with an amazing solar system which allows them to run a mini-split to keep their dog comfortable. While they think nomadic living gives you more freedom than any other lifestyle, they make it clear that it’s not necessarily cheaper or easier. Check out their rig below!

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Their Second DIY Overlander Tour

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Mike and Lauren enjoyed hiking and other outdoorsy activities, but didn’t enjoy backpacking — so they started hunting for a vehicle they could convert into a home on wheels. This 1981 Emergency Response Landcruiser had already been imported from Australia and was for sale in 2020.

They spent lockdown time transforming it into a home, but even two years later are still working on making adjustments to the rig. They have a “kitchen in a drawer” that pulls out when the side doors are flipped up, a Dometic fridge, and a cozy bed/couch. What do you think?

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’81 Emergency Response Landcruiser Conversion

Australian emergency response vehicle turned into tiny home 2

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Brittany and Justin converted their skoolie thinking they’d travel the country and find a new state to call home — but after months on the road, they discovered their hearts were in Colorado after all. They went back and found an awesome mountain cabin, which they bought and are renovating in between travels in their bus.

Their bus conversion features a built-in couch, office area, L-shaped kitchen, bathroom, and back bedroom. They used beautiful white tiling and warm wood accents to give their space a cozy and clean vibe. Check it out below!

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They Built Out a Bus – And Then Bought a House!

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Rebekah wanted a place of her own and designed a custom tiny house with Mini Mansions, making her dreams a reality. Her home is bursting with storage but still feels open and functional. Now that she’s married, she lives with her husband and cat Peach in their teeny tiny space.

She has a full-sized kitchen with tons of counter space, a cozy living room under one of the lofts, and a 3/4 bathroom under the main loft bedroom. Enjoy her photo tour and interview below.

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Husband, Wife & Kitty in Custom THOW

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Katja & Björn have been traveling Scandinavia in their self-converted van — named Beelzebus — for nearly 4 years now! Most recently they purchased a garage/workshop on Gotland (where they have family) which they’ve been renovating to act as a rental property and a spot they can stay when they come home.

Below they share their van life story, as well as some pictures and a video tour of their progress on the garage overhaul. Enjoy!

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Plus Their Garage-to-Tiny-Home Project

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Bre & Destiny wanted to own something before turning 30, but a $500,000 home in the Portland area just wasn’t in the cards for them. That’s when they started looking into tiny homes and realized the $90K price tag was far more manageable.

At the moment, they spend about $2,000 a month on their loan and lot and will have it paid off the tiny home by December 2023. Since that’s about what they would have paid in rent, they think it’s worth it to own something at the end of the loan period. Enjoy the tour of their awesome house!

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Their Tiny Home Life in Portland

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