All posts by: Outbound Living Staff

I hear some dogs only go for car rides every once in a while. I hear some dogs only go for car rides to the vet. I also hear some dogs only get to sit in the passenger seat. I...
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If you’re in a van that’s completely off-grid with solar panels on your roof, you may be looking at something little like this and laughing. However, if you’re completely without power, something lightweight, affordable and solar-powered like the Solar Scroll...
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Australia’s cool. I always wanted to go to the other side of the world. After spending a few years in my vans around Colorado and the American West, I thought I’d put my van traveling skills to the test in...
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Whether you live in a camper van or are hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, space is key. And in the van life community, we’re all hunting for the next great way to keep our things to a minimum, whether that’s...
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We met young, Lidia was 20 years old, and I was 23. After changing our jobs several times, running our own business for four years and moving to live in different countries, we decided to move on once again. In...
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Ever considered a life as an FBI surveillance officer while still enjoying the freedom of van life? This may be as close as you can get! Renee McLaughlin bought a 1992 Ford E-Series van from a website for government surplus...
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After a year of living in our 1987 Volkswagen Westfalia Vanagon and exploring North America, we realized that we hadn’t had enough and set our sights on South America next. We gave ourselves three months to tie up loose ends...
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Hello! My name is Kaya, and I’ve been living in a sprinter van for two years now. (You can see more of my vanlife stuff at OneChickTravels.com) I’m a rock climber, and when I can’t climb I get cranky. BUT...
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We interviewed former NFL offensive lineman, Joe Hawley. Joe played a total of 8 years for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons before deciding to get rid of all personal belonging and hit the road with his dog, Freedom....
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There is nothing better than a quality 12V fridge to keep your food and drinks cold 24/7. If you’re using a standard cooler in your camper van, you will incur loads of costs over time from spoiled food and buying...
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