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Julia is a traveling musician in her one-woman band, Echo Rose Rising. She’s taking her music on the road, hoping to perform at least once in all 50 states!

She chose a pull-behind trailer for her nomadic adventures and outfitted the interior to meet her needs and reflect her eclectic style. A bathroom was her priority, and she got one! Enjoy this fun tour of her creative space.

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From Studio Apartment to Touring Camper Life

She’s Doing a Show in All 50 States! w Her Camper

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The “Wanderprenuers” hit the road six years ago, thinking they’d only live nomadically for a few months or maybe a year and then return to their standard suburban lifestyle in Atlanta. But after only two months, Lauren told her husband Aaron that she didn’t want to return!

Since then, they’ve developed content and online businesses that allow them to work and travel, and they have perfected online homeschooling for their teens and tweens. Enjoy the tour of their fifth-wheel conversion, and let us know what you like most!

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Parents, Teen & Tween in 5th Wheel RV

This Family Has Been Nomadic for 6 Years! 3

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This adorable family of five has been living nomadically since 2018! Long before it was popular, they were inspired by a couple of brave families who went against the grain, selling their homes and living out of RVs. After five years in a travel trailer, they sold that and purchased a fifth wheel, which they now call home.

The larger rig has a gooseneck bunk room for the kids and a back room with a slide-out for mom and dad. The spacious kitchen makes it easy to cook homemade meals for the family, and they replaced the factory couch with an IKEA one for a comfier experience. Enjoy learning about their alternative lifestyle in the video below!

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Their 5th Wheel Has a Laundry Chute!

Family of 5 in Fifth Wheel Tiny Home! 7

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Jay was no stranger to tiny house living when he found this Commando 61 police RV at auction. He was living in a vintage RV at the time, but this was something new and cool, and he just had to have it! And he did a fantastic job taking it from a work vehicle and turning it into his full-time residence.

A Murphy bed was an easy solution to a first-floor sleeping option, and it acts as his entertainment center during the day. He has two super comfy captain chairs as well as a built-in couch. The back of the RV has the original command center, which is now his eating space. What’s your favorite feature of this conversion?

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From Tech Equipment & Monitors to Couch & Murphy Bed

Former Police Commando RV Turned Tiny Home

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Allie had always wanted to get into vanlife, but she put those plans on the back burner for a while after meeting Seth. Eventually, they got married, and the conversion came up again. Since Allie already worked a remote job, she was all set, but Seth made a career shift so he could also work on the road.

They decided to sell their home, and they purchased a gorgeous RV with one super unique feature — a flip-down side deck with a door that leads them into the house. Right now they use the back of the RV as an office space, but it can turn into a couple of beds if they ever need them.

What do you think of their rig?

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They Sold Their Home to Travel in an RV!

Couple’s Incredible RV w: Fold-Down Deck

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Adrian and Erica wanted to hit the road and started making blueprints for a school bus conversion. But when they accidentally stumbled on their dream RV at the dealership — it had just been traded in and wasn’t even on display yet — they decided to officially shift gears.

The toy hauler design made it easy for each of them to carve out a permanent office space to do their full-time remote jobs. To allow them to boondock, they installed an incredible solar system that has removed the need for propane altogether. What do you think of their home?

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Working and Traveling Full-Time in RV

Full Time Glamping in Toy Hauler TV

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The Leopard family — yes, their last name is “Leopard” — is traveling New Zealand in an awesome travel trailer after they had so much fun on a camping trip they decided to make a “three-year plan” that would allow them to travel for a full year, full-time.

That plan involved selling vehicles and another caravan, saving money, and finding the perfect new caravan that would comfortably sleep everyone without needing to convert a dinette into a bed. Now they are on the road, experiencing so much of what New Zealand has to offer!

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Exploring New Zealand in New Travel Trailer

Leopard Family of 5 Enjoying Caravan Life 6

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Beth and Court were living in a normal house together when they both decided it was time for a new adventure. How fun would it be if they could travel? Within an hour, they’d decided to sell their home and buy an RV!

Their tiny house journey began in a travel trailer, but they wanted some more space and luxuries, so they upgraded to the incredible fifth wheel you’ll see below. It has a giant kitchen island, a giant TV with plenty of seating, and a King-sized bed, porcelain toilet, and huge closet. Enjoy the tour!

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Their Gorgeous New Fifth Wheel Makes the Perfect Tiny House

Their Amazing RV Lifestyle Working Full Time

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Vanessa had a rough childhood and lost sight in one of her eyes at the age of 12 due to abuse. Later in life, she found herself homeless, and #vanlife was her ticket out of that life. As her YouTube channel has grown, she’s increased her income enough that she was able to purchase a vintage caravan to turn into her stationary home in an RV park.

The spot comes with a fenced-in backyard, a shed, and a very low month-to-month rent, giving her a whole new life. You’ll love the way she styled the caravan, using low-cost materials: “A can of spray paint will take you a long way!”

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She Has a Van and Now Some Roots

Blinded at 12 – Her Camper Conversion 3

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