In Pursuit of More
by Alexandria Gallizioli
It was starting to feel as if I had tried it all – I grew up camping in tents and RV’s, bought my first van in early adulthood, and more recently, converted a school bus to live in full-time with my dog, Terra. And while these methods of overland travel are all great in their own way, there was always a fatal flaw that rendered them short of ideal.
Tent camping is amazing until winter (my favorite season) sets in, RV’s seem cool until you have to run a generator 24/7, and the van/bus life movements are fun until you realize how limited you are on where you are able venture. I found myself surrounded by hundreds of other rigs on crowded, stale BLM land less than a mile from major highways and their noise, and wondered if this was really the best I could do?
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