Wandering Log | May 2017

May is mainly defined by California. This was Ariele's first time in the state and we tried to see as much of the coast as we could. We opted for the coastal route because we know we will hit the National Parks inland...

Wandering Log, Digital Nomading, Full-time RVing

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Wandering Log | April 2017

We’ve been living full time on the road for over a month now. It's crazy to think, since this lifestyle is something we’ve been manifesting and working towards for many years now. Focus on something long enough and it...

Wandering Log, Digital Nomading, Full-time RVing

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Honky Tonkin'

We drove into Nashville with Dolly Parton twanging on our radio. I’ve always wanted to experience Music City and couldn’t wait to soak up the whole culture.

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Smoky Mountains & Campfire Curry

We arrived Thursday night to Elkmont Campground in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the first stop on our 7,000+ mile road trip, towing Dorothy (aka Dot) behind us (we named her!).

Wandering Log

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Same Dream, Different Trailer

a.k.a., The Art of Pivoting;

Full-time RVing

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The End of One Journey and the Beginning of a New One

Ariele:

No fireworks? Not even a congratulatory pop-up message when I press “submit?” This is what I was expecting on Friday, 11/11 when I made my final student loan payment, signifying the end of debt for Justin and me...

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Reflections on our Summer

I was beat down before the summer even started. We had plans. This was going to be the best Boston summer yet! – join a new gym, go hiking, camping, exploring, and work to make sure the camper was complete by our 8/31...

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How to Weatherize Your Truck Cap [MATERIAL LIST]

Every shelter needs to be protected from the outdoors. No one enjoys raindrops splashing on them when they’re trying to sleep or waking up in a cold, damp space.

DIY Truck Camper

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Our Spirit Animal

“All good things are wild and free.” - Thoreau

At our previous apartment, we met a few people who worked there who we were sad to leave behind.

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Reflections on Our First Home Together

Over the past decade, I’ve been somewhat of a nomad. I’ve lived in over 15 different places, lugging my belongings in heavy-duty cardboard boxes that I received from my short stint at a seafood shop while attending VCU.

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