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Couple Spends 2.5 Years in a Rooftop Tent – The Wayward Home

Couple Spends 2.5 Years in a Rooftop Tent – The Wayward Home

Several years ago, Autumn and Adam Raven were leading a so-called perfect life. Autumn had a well-paying job, the two owned a home and they were debt free. To boot, they had all the fun toys two outdoorsy people could want – sailboats, kayaks, motorcycles.

But something in their lives was missing.

“I loved all these outdoor activities but could only pick one to do on weekends,” Autumn said. “When I hit 40, I realized if we were going to do the things we talked about doing, we needed to do them now.”

So, Autumn put in notice at her job, intent on making her travel dreams come true.

“My last day at work was my 42nd birthday,” she said. “It was funny and terrifying at the same time. I think I’m a touch crazy to go to my job and just quit. I told them I was going to pursue my writing.”

Read the full article on They Wayward Home

6/18 – After our seven week shutdown, on 5/11 we reopened the factory with a 100% employee retention rate. Upon our return we began COVID 19 best practice prevention, and we will continue to follow medical leadership guidance.

 

Since our return, the world has been increasingly focused on another challenge – social and race injustices and inequities. Though Four Wheel Campers is a very diverse company, and we firmly believe in the recent issues and voices, we now have a renewed responsibility to look inward. Over the next months and years we will check ourselves to make certain we are an optimistic force for social fairness and equality.

 

We want to thank our amazing employees for their spirit and teamwork, particularly during the challenges of 2020. Through it all they continue to be focused on making and refining the world’s best pop-up campers.

 

We also want to thank our “customers-in-waiting” for their unwavering patience.  It has been a journey.

 

We wish you all health and adventure!

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