I live in a cargo van I converted into a home on wheels. Anywhere I go my home is there also, either at work or when I’m off traveling across the country.

The need to live in a van came out of necessity, brought by the splitting up of my family and the consequent need for a place to live.

From day one of living in my cargo van I never had the feeling of being homeless or destitute. The first night I slept in the van there wasn’t much in it, just a few small boxes and bags with work stuff, a sleeping bag and an air mattress. I woke up the next morning and found myself sleeping on a deflated air mattress. However, my first thoughts on waking up were not negative because my back was a little sore, but resolute that this is my home now and nothing is going to get me out of it; neither freezing winters nor hot humid summers.img_1147

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  1. Just found your YouTube video with ?. You have a very easy interview style which seems make the person feel comfortable enough to be the “star” in video.
    I cannot find a Vlog past 2017. Are you still Vlogging?


    1. Hi!
      I haven’t had much time lately to make this website work the way I want it to; that will be coming soon, but you can go to my YouTube channel we’re you can access all my videos. 👍🏻🚐☕️🖖🏻


    1. Thank you very much Bonnie!
      I’m hoping we can go over and meet you next time I go down to Florida, if it’s ok with you of course. 👍🏻👍🏻😄🚐


  2. Didn’t know u we’re in FL still I could of offered a sail but the sailboat ended up been sold be4 I started watching we’re movin away from the gulf so no need


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