≡ Menu

Cora and Tyler were looking for a more cost-effective way to travel and ended up stumbling upon a 1986 Volkswagen Westfalia in excellent condition. It saved them the trouble of doing a whole conversion, and while Cora didn’t love the Westy at first, it grew on her.

Having a van has allowed Cora, who has muscular dystrophy, more access to nature. They do hope to convert something larger in the future that would give them space to cook standing up and have a bathroom. Enjoy the tour!

Don’t miss other interesting stories like this, join our Free Tiny House Newsletter for more

Traveling Despite Muscular Dystrophy

[continue reading…]

{ 0 comments }

When Hunter and Hannah first purchased their 1974 Vintage VW Westy, they actually had no intentions of living in it full-time. They just wanted a weekend rig and their jobs weren’t remote. But when 2020 changed everything, it finally made sense for the couple to take their now-remote jobs on the road and travel the country.

While they consider their lifestyle more “camping” than it would be in a Sprinter van, they really don’t mind. As long as it’s good weather, and they’re in nature, they pop up the roof bedroom and set up an outdoor kitchen and work area and enjoy having more of the outdoors. What do you think?

Don’t miss other interesting stories like this, join our Free Tiny House Newsletter for more! 

Digital Nomads Enjoying Their Vintage Volkswagen

[continue reading…]

{ 1 comment }