DIY Creating a micro-camper

I know of very few people who are perfectly content without ever traveling. I am not one of those people. One part of me wants to live like a nomad, ending up wherever the wind takes me.

Though I don’t think I could seriously live like that; the sentiment is still there. I want to see the rest of the world. Yet, we all have to start somewhere and I am starting with the US. I think one of the biggest deterrents for myself when looking to travel is the cost. Even with an Airbnb, a place to stay is a huge cost.

Recently my partner and I had the opportunity to buy a minivan for under $200. We jumped at the chance to take it and turn it into a micro camper (a trend that is already running wild on Pinterest.)

Here we are picking it up and giving it a jump.

We have a lot of work but I am excited to have a summer project and keep everyone updated on the work we put into it, and of course the places it takes us!

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Spring Bucket List

Right now we are only three days away from the first day of spring, and I am rather excited. Living in Colorado I see more than my fair share of the snow and spend most of the winter bundled in as many layers as I can manage.

But with March 20th quickly approaching I can finally get into a spring state of mind. Yet, I didn’t want 2018 to roll out exactly like last year when I let spring completely pass me by, so I have created a Spring Bucket List and I invite you to join me.

2018 Spring Bucket List

*Side note: If you would like to feed ducks please do not feed them bread; instead you can get duck pellets from a pet store, or any variety of birdseed. You can also feed them leafy greens(in small pieces) or oats.