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Somewhere tucked deep within the foothills of the Serra Estrela mountains in Central Portugal, Lynn walks to a two-story treehouse. Except for some screws, bolts and roof plates, Lynn and a builder used only natural material from the land. Water is gravity fed from a mine, hot water fueled with wood and household water goes back into the ground for irrigation. Lynn was so happy with the result, she built an A-frame cabin and a hexagon shaped one with a reciprocal roof. Now she hosts guests on her property, offering workshops in forest bathing, digital detoxing and wild adventures. Learn more about Lynn's little slice of paradise where magic happens when you give energy into the Earth and get it back in return. #tinyhousemovement

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More than a year ago, Ariel & Ronald bought a 2008 Pleasure Way motorhome and set out to break away from societal constraints. Their goal was to redefine success from gaining more possessions and promotions. In their travels, they collect stories on nomadic and sustainable living to normalize the way they live. In this post, Ariel writes about what it's like to be living without society's version of home and instead one that rolls down an open road. #homeiswhereyouparkit

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After deciding to leave his professional salon career for a life on the road, Matthew chose to continue his passion in a unique way. Now he cuts hair out of a 1995 Toyota Hiace and trades professional service for nomadic experiences. #vanlife #homeiswhereyouparkit

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Camping tip from a lady adventurer: Spend your days and nights away from bright lights and parking spaces. @joie_de_vieve dishes her secrets from 1.5 years of road life experience on how to find photo worthy places to park your rig without spending a single night at Walmart or on side streets in cities. A guide to free camping. #vanlife #homeiswhereyouparkit

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She loves to travel. He loves adventure. Together they are vagabonds at heart. The longer Kim + Nash live in one place with no purpose but to make money, the louder they hear the open road calling their names.

Find out why they go back and forth between their van, hostels and hotels when they explore. #vanlife #vwbus #homeiswhereyouparkit

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+Katch Silva & Ben live a simple life in their van, a 4WD 2016 Mercedes Sprinter Sportsmobile. As full-time photographers, they travel to shoot couples and edit their photos inside their van. With so much equipment, it was important for them to choose a rig that could safely store their gear, while also giving them the comforts of a home. #vanlife #homeiswhereyouparkit +Sportsmobile West Inc

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Kristen + Matt spent two years living out of a truck while capturing America on film. What began as a four-month trip turned into a long-term lifestyle of living on the road. What's it like to experience this country through film? Kristen writes about her reflections from those years running around naked, sleeping on houseboats and chasing wildflowers, moments of beauty that she'd only ever seen before in picture books.

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Ron is not new to #vanlife. Back in 2012, he built out an 85 Vanagon and traveled the US for about eight months. He sold that van and then, for the following three years, deeply regretted that decision.

In the summer of 2016, he purchased another Vanagon with great plans for hitting the road. The first six months were wrought with issues, but finally in February, he was ready to take off again. #homeiswhereyouparkit

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Into the woods in a magic #schoolbus. Dreams turned into reality when Callie's fiancé David, along with his best friend Bradley, converted a short bus into an adventure mobile. What started as a plan for two best friends soon became four. Bradley got engaged recently, and now these two couples are living out of 80 square feet while visiting 59 national parks. #homeiswhereyouparkit

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Pete's motto is "life is short" and Taylor had a tattoo on her arm that reads "simple" in Thai. Together, with their sidekick Snoop, they are living on the road in an old airport shuttle bus that they transformed into a cozy traveling home. It took them long days, working during the day and building out the van at night, for five months until they were ready to live in their adventure mobile. Through remote jobs and their musical talents, they are able to stay always on the road. #vanlife #homeiswhereyouparkit
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