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.
We've all been there. It's late at night and you're tired from driving all day. You're right outside a city and you're tempted to post up in a Walmart for a few hours because it's easy. Genevieve of Lady Adventures would argue that it's not worth your time. Here's her advice for how you can trade bright lights for remote camping locations.