Bringing our work on the road meant finding compact devices and mobile gadgets that would fit inside our backpacks and go anywhere with us.
UPDATE: As of 10/6/2012 We have retired our first Cheddar Yeti, the 1988 Lazy Daze and have moved into a bigger, older, 1978 Wanderlodge Bluebird Bus.
We like to travel, not spend our weekends at home improvement stores. Between the two of us, we own one hammer, two kinds of screwdrivers, and a ruler. So when we bought our 1988 Motorhome in 2009, we feared that we’d enter into our own D.I.Y. Bermuda triangle.
Hey, fellow working nomads, what do you have going on this MONDAY March 12? How does checking in at SXSW in Austin, Texas sound?
Street Camping In Your Motorhome
We street camp often in cities around the U.S. because it saves money and gives us up close parking to the places we want to go, see, and experience. So, if you’ve ever wondered about street camping in your Motorhome… here’s a sneak peak.