Vanlife Diaries: Finding Freedom on the Open Road
The open road and wide sky is a call that many people are answering to these days. The busier our lives become, with incessant pings and alarms, the excessive accumulation of stuff, and packed schedules which can drive one to a cowering state, hovered over in a dark corner. Is there hope to this seemingly eventual state of distress?
For a growing many, the answer is an emphatic yes, and it looks like a van. These road warriors say no to convention and yes to freedom.
Vanlife Diairies is an anthem to those who have chosen to veer off onto a path of their own forging. Shared through full-color photojournalism and an inspiring narrative, we get a peek into personally renovated Airstreams, camper vans, VW buses and more; and be prepared to start selling your possessions because the wanderlust is real.
Practically speaking, Vanlife Diaries is a guide with many a how-to, along the lines of “showering”, essential items, which rig is right for you, seeking out hot spots for work, and traveling with family and pets for starters.
This book is a delight, a perfect gift for the traveler, retiree, renegade, dreamer.
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|Author||Kathleen Morton, Jonny Dustow and Jared Melrose|
|Page Count||240 pages|
|Publisher||Ten Speed Press|
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