Meet Daniel, Kiera, and Nelson, three “dirt-baggers” living life full-time on the road. For these guys, home is a vehicle parked under wide-open skies… currently, in Moab, Utah. This, my friends, is van life.
We’ll give you the dirty truth on what it’s truly like to leave the creature comforts of home behind to pursue the mobile dream of living in the back of a van. Whether you’re riding in a spacious new sprinter van or out of the back of your old Subaru, there are endless ways to trick out your space for a life on the road. One thing we all agreed on — it’s the little improvements that make your mobile crash pad feel like home. For me, it was a mini-refrigerator. For Kiera, it’s a waffle maker… we all have our thing.
Just a couple of dirt-bags enjoying whiskey under the stars. Join in as we talk van living, ego conquering, and having reverence for all the brave souls stepping up to the plate to be out in the places they love doing the things they love, regardless of skill or what grade they climb. Our biggest takeaway? Get out there. Why?
“Because in the end, you won't remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.” -Jack Kerouac
Get out there, y'all. Whether it’s a day trip, a weekend away, or the full-on commitment to dirt-bagging it out of the back of your car. Doing what you love is a privilege, and these outdoor spaces are for you. Hope you enjoy this episode of Sends & Suffers.
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