One thing I've been practicing is meditation and reflection after traveling for several days. It's something that feels a little unnatural as it's so much easier to jump from place to place than it is to come to a stillness and resting pace. For the past eight days, @kylekesterson and I test drove a @winnebagorvs Revel 4x4 from Indiana, through Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina. We shared music, stories, meals and even got deep into conversation about things that we usually don't dive into as we had never spent that many days together. The most rewarding thing for me was being able to come into a different world, the world of RVs, and offer my perspective as a traveler in vintage rigs. And in return, I got to see people really excited about a new adventure rig that fit the checklist of things they need to live full time in a small space. I think all too often we place ourselves into categories like vanlife, RVlife or tiny house living. But we forget that a lot of us are doing the same thing. If the vehicle is getting you into the outdoors, to marvel at the plants that grow, the wildlife that roams and the stars that glow. Then I would say that we are all part of this collective of people who are looking for something more that we can't find in a bigger, more permanent space.
Hoosier National Forest