RV Life | Self-Care on the Road

I’m not very good at taking care of myself, but I’m getting better.

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A New Year, Thanks to You

A year of incredible travel for me and my family was cut short abrubptly in August when my vision became blurry and doubled, and I began feeling a sharp pain in my head in Minot, North Dakota, nearly 1000 miles away from any family support. Abby and the kids drove...

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Good Bye, Wander Bus & Hello, Pioneer

It’s official. We have left the bus life behind for a new adventure.

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Travel Journal | Bye, Bye Bussie

The time has come to bid our school bus conversion farewell.

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Travel Journal | Fort Pickens and the Gulf Islands National Seashore

One of our first national park sites as a full-time family was Fort Pickens, part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. I so vividly remember arriving, driving out onto the island and immediately becoming enchanted by the sugar sand, the crashing waves and the history hidden among it all. I...

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Travel Journal | Finding Space When You Live Tiny

by Abigail Epperson When you live tiny, you live in close quarters. There’s no getting around that. Your days are spent in a small space, in closer proximity with your loved ones, and often if you need space, you go outside. It’s a deliberate way of life, and one Jason...

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Travel Journal: Holiday Travel Without the Bus

There are a couple of times a year we move out of Wander Bus and car travel around to friends and family between Kansas City and Chicago. One of those times is always during the holidays.

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Travel Journal | Leaving the Instagram Expectations Behind

Full-time travel isn’t nearly as glamorous as social media makes it seem.

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Travel Journal: Wander Bus Woes Part Three

Travel Journal: Wander Bus Woes Part Three

With Wander Bus repaired, or so we thought, it was time to get back on the road and tackle the longest drive in the shortest amount of time to date.

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Travel Journal: Wander Bus Woes Part Two

By Abigail Epperson If you’ve had a chance to read part one, you know we were in a bit of a predicament. Wander Bus was solidly broken down and we were looking at days if not weeks before she’d be ready to hit the road. We were sick, stuck in...

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