Is there anything more American than the dream of life on the open road, free to do whatever you want, whenever you want?
Vanlife Diaries by Kathleen Morton, Johnny Dustow, and Jared Melrose is a celebration of that freedom and a living testament to those who have seized this opportunity for themselves.
Why We Love Vanlife Diaries
There’s a quiet revolution in RVs & Camper vans going on in America and while the big wave will come this year many people are already living life on America’s roads in their vans and buses.
Kathleen Morton, of Tiny House, Tiny Footprint, has made it her mission to document these folks and inside Vanlife Diaries you’ll find more than 200 photos of the people and their pets who call the road their home.
In addition to beautiful images, the book is packed with practical tips on how to downsize your life to fit in a van and get moving.
Final Thoughts On Vanlife Diaries
What we like most about Vanlife is that it’s proof positive that we could all live with less and enjoy life more.
It’s said that people appreciate experiences more than possessions and with the freedom to go anywhere, experiences are guaranteed.
If you’re tempted to start your own Vanlife, then you might want to check out this awesome Nissan Electric Camper Van or this slick Ford E-Transit Van.
You can grab a copy of the Vanlife Diaries online here.
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