I would have to say my MOST asked question is "Well , where do you go to the bathroom or take a shower?" The answer is , I DO have a bathroom that has BOTH a toilet and shower .
Yes the toilet is the thing with the pillow on top and the potty skirt , ( you know I had to dress that up too 😉)
The bathroom has a toilet and a shower combined. The bathroom floor has a drain,a portable shower head, and hanging shower curtain that is stowed away when not in use for extra space utilization.
The shower was designed for on grid and off grid use.
ON grid I am able to hookup to a campgrounds provided water source , and OFF grid I have a submersible water pump (12V) that is connected to my battery bank and pumps water from my 10 gallon fresh water holding tank into my shower head. I didn’t want a huge bathroom because I saw that as being rather pointless for the amount of time you are really in the bathroom. For me personally I wanted a smaller yet functioning bathroom, and to be able to have more floor space to enjoy.
1 185 minutes ago
What happens in Nashville, stays in Nashville. They don't call it Nash-Vegas for nothing! 🎶❤️🎸
Jason and I often joke about the irony of how we have a home on wheels—and how 15 years ago we would have found it absolutely mortifying. We have completely changed our way of since we found one another back in 2002. When we first met, we both were going through a phase of buying the fanciest cars we could possibly get our hands on. I had a closet full of designer jeans, handbags and shoes. Jason had a collection of ridiculous watches and even had a pen with a diamond on it. We'd dream about the fancy house we'd build one day and all of the stuff we'd fill it with along with the perfectly trimmed yard. We were basically on the fast track to a life of debt payments. As we entered our thirties, what really mattered started to come into focus. The things that stood out in our minds from our first few years of marriage weren't things at all. They were the memories of wild adventures and meandering road trips. Breathing fresh mountain air and swimming in turquoise water. Quite simply, we liked our vacations a whole heck of a lot more than accumulating things. That's when we decided we wanted nothing to do with a "normal" life. We sold our impractical, expensive cars and bought what was reliable and fit our lifestyle. We've cut up our credit cards, paid off loans and built a house within a vintage Airstream shell. To us, this Airstream is more than just a fad or a phase. It represents us turning our backs on what "normal" is. We no longer spend our lives working to pay for things we don't want or need. We live in an age where we don't have to work in an office. All Jason and I need to do our jobs is an internet connection. There's a new mindset brewing. We are a generation choosing experiences over stuff and are no longer willing to wait for retirement to begin enjoying freedom. We still work hard and earn a living. But now we just do it from all of those places we used to spend our days dreaming of.
162 212814 hours ago
A few times a year, loved ones tend to ask you what you’d like as a present. I usually just say “travel money,” because I don’t really feel the need to accumulate more stuff right now. I partnered with this rad new website @my_world_registry that makes that whole situation a lot easier. You can register a dream trip on their site, a workshop/class you've been wanting to get into, VIP tickets or any other cool experience, and share that page around the typical gift giving holidays so your friends and family can choose to support your big trip or experience instead of buying you another dozen pairs of socks. And it’s totally free for you. Check them out at @my_world_registry to get gifted and go create your experience gift registry now! #partner
22 225414 hours ago
I’ve never been on top of Waimea Bay. In fact, I can count the times I’ve been to this beach one hand. But now I totally get why this parking lot is always packed. From the amazingly real water to the cliff you can jump off. There’s something different to discover each time you visit.
Ain’t no mountain high enough, ain’t no valley low enough...
12 25529 hours ago
I'm not generally one to spend money on apps, but when @goldentrailz posted two recent really cool photos using #plotograph, I couldn't resist.
And then I became a little obsessed. 😂
What do you think of my first go?