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You might think a family of 7 would try out tiny living for a few months and discover it just doesn’t work, but that wasn’t the case for this family! They’ve been on the road now in two different RVs for more than 3 years.

They renovated their current 370-square-foot rig to work for their family by adding a full-size oven, giant island and extra coat and shoe storage. The bunk room sleeps their four older kids, while the youngest has the couch-to-bed when he’s not crashing with Mom & Dad. What do you think of their setup?

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They Flip RVs While Traveling the Country!

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Sherry and Andres wanted a way to travel down to Costa Rica to Sherry’s home and family there, so they renovated a 1991 Toyota Dolphin to meet their needs. Lockdown ended up halting their plans for international travel, so they traveled domestically for a while instead!

Their rig has a memory foam mattress above the cab, and a dinette that becomes a second bed for guests and can sit up to four for dinner. Sherry was reluctant to try vanlife without a shower, so they have a nice bathroom in the back of the rig. What do you think?

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Their Campervan Sleeps Up to Four

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Stephanie served in the Gulf War and now works for the government. She still gets deployed from time to time, but when she’s in the United States, she lives in her amazing campervan with a pop-top bedroom.

Traveling the US in her van has made her appreciate this country — especially after all of her international travel. Her set-up is great, as well, with an inside bathroom, office area, couches, swivel seats, and a kitchen perfect for whipping up healthy meals. Enjoy her tour below.

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Bathroom, Swivel Seats, Office & Couches

War Vet’s Part-Time Van Life 3

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This family spent three years seeking a diagnosis for their oldest daughter’s illness, and another two years trying treatments for her. When she finally got the all-clear, the parents realized the go-go-go of modern suburban life was so empty. They decided to buy a camper just to spend one month traveling — but once they tasted the alternative life, they couldn’t go back.

They upgraded their camper after a while to this 37-foot fifth wheel which provides a bunk room for the kids, a spacious bathroom, and kitchen with full-size appliances. For now, the family has no plans of ever settling down again!

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Fifth Wheel Living for Family of Five

After Daughter’s Sickness, This Family of 5 Moved into RV 2

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Kelly and Tamarr served in the Air Force and Marine Corps, but when it was time to retire, they decided to do something different and live in an RV while homeschooling their son. It gives them the freedom to travel the continent (they were in Baja during this video tour) and grow closer as a family.

This military family chose a 2021 Winnebago Navion for their home on wheels. It has off-grid capabilities making it great for boondocking, and they got it brand new and under warranty (which proved to be a good move — watch the video!).

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Traveling the Continent in Their 2021 Winnebago Navion

Retired Military Family Moves Into an RV Full-Time 2

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Patty & Shane spent a large portion of their military days stationed overseas. Eventually, they purchased a huge 3,500 square foot home where they were living happily until they got a taste of RV life! Now that Shane is retired, they have downsized into just 400 square feet and are enjoying traveling across the country.

Their RV is a behemoth for a tiny space! This amazing rig features a huge pantry, five slide-outs, and enough storage for kayaks, Christmas decor, and all kinds of other goods. They’ve overhauled the factory interior to make it truly “theirs.” Enjoy!

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They Downsized from 3500 Sq. Ft. to Live in an RV!

5 Slide-Out RV Life For Former Military Couple 2

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Angela was living in a home in Oregon when a tree hit her house. She went and stayed with a friend in his Westfalia van and suddenly it hit her — she could chase the sun and avoid the seasonal depression that came with living in the Northwest by living in a van herself.

She ended up buying and renovating a 1982 Holiday Rambler, keeping some select “time warp” parts including the shag carpeting on the cab walls! In order to feel safe, Angela purchased a taser and has two pepper spray key chains. Enjoy her tour below.

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Angela Talks Safety on the Road as Solo Traveller

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Amber and Jaylyn first decided on RV life when it was just the two of them — he’s a Marine and they wanted to spend money on something that was theirs, rather than paying for base housing with every move. It also fits their minimalist mindset.

While they did buy a larger toy hauler when their daughter was born, they’re still happily living tiny. Just wait until you see the cool elevator bed they put in the toy-hauler part, as well as Journey’s adorable nursery.

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Young Family with Baby went tiny with a Toy Hauler RV Renovation

Family of 3’s Toy Hauler Tiny Home Reno 4

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Chris and Lindsay are one remarkable couple! They both traveled independently extensively before meeting and marrying each other (in just 9 months!). Three years into marriage they started fostering 8 children, which they loved. But when the children were placed in new homes they decided to fulfill a long-time dream of traveling from Alaska to Argentina.

While COVID restrictions have made them rethink their original itinerary, they’ve spent nearly 4 years on the road traveling full-time! They started with a truck camper and now have a beautiful 1999 Class C that they took from drab and dated to dazzling.

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1999 Shasta Cheyenne Class C RV Transformation

Former Foster Parents’ Class C Renovation 3

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