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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

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Maddi’s former job had her traveling all over the world, but she hadn’t seen much of her home country of Australia. It was time to change that, so Maddi turned to van life.

She’s been on the road enjoying all kinds of adventure activities — from spearing fish to scuba diving — ever since. Her Volkswagen high-top transporter is her home on wheels. Read her story in her own words below!

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Maddi’s Amazing Adventure Sport Van Life

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For Alissa and Cody, what began as a simple lockdown project soon transformed into an entire lifestyle overhaul. They quit their jobs, built out this $60k rig and moved in ready to travel the country.

They have a hammock, hidden toilet, full-sized bed and tons of storage. They also discuss a hidden laundry chute and their trashcan situation onboard. Let us know what you like about this rig!

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Nurse & Security Design Engineer Quit Jobs for Vanlife

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Allie is one amazing woman — she’s been #vanlifing for 13 years in a number of self-built rigs, and she also built a chalet which they rent out on Airbnb. She met Dan in Baja about three years ago and the couple started traveling together. While they weren’t expecting to add a newborn to the mix, they are still traveling with their little daughter in tow!

Their van has an awesome garage area to fit all the gear they need for their many adventure sports, and they found a great three-across front seat for the van, so they could safely (and legally) travel with a carseat. A pull-out bed addition will give the baby a place to sleep for the next couple years.

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Their Awesome Adventure Van w/ Adjustments for Their Newborn

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Steph is a full-time vanlifer who knows what she wants! A microwave, so she doesn’t have to cook, and a big enough water tank and hot water heater for daily showers. The van she built with her husband, Alejo, proves you can be a little “spoiled” and still live in a van.

The couple actually rented vans for vacations for a few years before they got remote jobs and were able to buy and convert their own. Now they’re loving traveling in Alaska with their three gorgeous dogs.

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From Renting Vans to Living Full-Time in a DIY One!

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Since she was young, Jenn has always been hustling — working multiple jobs and rarely slowing down. She became the CEO of a chain of her own salons right as March 2020 shut down Chicago for three months. With all that time to finally stop and reflect, Jenn realized she was ready to pivot.

Most people didn’t expect a successful businesswoman to jump into #vanlife, but Jenn didn’t care! She’s able to travel to her different salons and do conferences while bringing her home with her. The “soft and sweet” vibe inside her van gave her a safe place when “the world was on fire.”

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Traveling for Work & Hiking from DIY Van Conversion

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As a professional photographer, Jay’s work required a lot of travel, which meant more time away from his wife, Cassidy. The couple loves hiking together and living on the road in a fire rescue truck conversion allows them to pursue their hobbies, spend time together, and make a living!

Their truck had a good square box to work off of, and they filled it with all the necessities, including a little bathroom and shower! A great solar setup and multiple heating and cooling options keep them comfortable on the road. Enjoy the tour.

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Hiking & Spending Time Together on the Road

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Jess & Shawn wanted to get into #vanlife to make it easier to chase their rock climbing dreams. It took a bit of convincing for Jess to see herself living in a van, but with the promise of a giant closet and lots of Pinterest inspiration, she got on board.

Their bus features an awesome accent wall made from recycled fencing that hides their bathroom (and toiletry clutter), as well as a 3-burner stove and oven with a strategically-placed faucet that doubles as a pot-filler! Their Murphy bed allows them to easily transform the back of the van from “day mode” to bedtime. What do you think?

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Rock Climbers’ ProMaster Van Life

Van Conversion w Massive Closet & Murphy Bed

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Here’s an awesome 2018 Mercedes Sprinter that’s been home to the couple over @thedesertcruiser for the past couple years. They’re upgrading to a larger rig and hoping to find a new owner for this one.

Birch plywood makes up most of the interior of the van, which features bench seating, a fixed bed, and a kitchenette with a propane cook top. There’s a great pull-out shelf in the garage of the van and a large rooftop deck. What do you think?

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Their Epic Van Conversion is For Sale

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