#ProTip: When your free camp spot is at 4000m elevation with a storm rolling in, it’s probably a good idea to sleep with the top down 🧐
2 51an hour ago
Tiny home on wheels towing a tiny shop on wheels. 👍 It's coming together!
We have magents for the van so we can be more stealthy when desired. The Ray Outfitted Mobile Shop, we have an idea for a wrap. Lots more to do!
Website is still under construction 🚧!! BUT... don’t let that stop you from visiting our site and subscribing for updates! Also, if you’d like to reach out directly about scheduling a camper build please feel free to message us here or email camperoverland at gmail! Builds generally take 2-6 months, so book soon if you want to be traveling by next spring! 🚐🍾🤙🏻 •
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1 25an hour ago
We've got some BIG NEWS, and we're so excited to finally be able to share it with everyone! On July 1st, we're departing on an epic road trip and will be living in our van full time. We will be on the road for at least a year, but our plans are a little open ended at this point. This goal of traveling full time has been on our minds for a while, so we did some serious goal setting and strategizing about a year ago. Goal setting is powerful, y'all. This is a huge life change for us and there's so much to talk about, and we'll talk about the whys and hows soon. We can't believe this is really real, and in less than a month we'll be on a life changing journey together. In the famous words of Lloyd Christmas, "We're really doin' it, Harry!" 😁 #simplelife#livetiny#livesimply#outboundliving#vicidolls#ourcamplifeWe've got some BIG NEWS, and we're so excited to finally be able to share it with everyone! On July 1st, we're departing on an epic road trip and will be living in our van full time. We will be on the road for at least a year, but our plans are a little open ended at this point. This goal of traveling full time has been on our minds for a while, so we did some serious goal setting and strategizing about a year ago. Goal setting is powerful, y'all. This is a huge life change for us and there's so much to talk about, and we'll talk about the whys and hows soon. We can't believe this is really real, and in less than a month we'll be on a life changing journey together. In the famous words of Lloyd Christmas, "We're really doin' it, Harry!" 😁
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Our expedition starts here: Deadhorse, Alaska.
Deep within the Arctic Circle, this is the most northern point accessible by car on the continent. Temperatures are fluctuating between -15C and -29C.
South we go!!
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Visitamos Brocelandia, el bosque encantado donde nace la leyenda del rey Arturo, el mago Merlín y fuente de vida de toda la mágia.
3 331 hours ago
TRUSTY RUSTY |
One of the things that kickstarted my amateur crafting journey was the desire to buy an old bus or van to convert into a motor home and travel in. Back in Melaka I passed this old Nissan C20 van in my neighbourhood and we called the owner to ask if it was for sale. 500 ringgit, but the engine was kaput and clearly it would need some massive work.
I was so tempted to get it. I even had a name - Trusty Rusty🤓But I just couldn't commit to it back then. So I said goodbye and came back to Singapore, land of stifled free spirits (I kid. The gospel makes us all free spirits.) Today my mum told me that Old Trusty has been moved, sold to the scrap yard. I can't help but feel like I've lost a friend 😭😭😭
0 251 hours ago
Camping activities are always more fun with friends! Check out this sweet setup from and don't forget to check out their story. Link in bio!
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Back to the basics of our build. Cleaning and Sound proofing your van. You will need to remove any ply panels and flooring, this will allow you to clean the van, and if your van was an ex gardeners van as ours was, then you will find enough soil to pot up some tomato plants too.
It’s worth keeping the floor and ply if in good condition, as it can be reused in the van. Also should the van conversion not work out at least you have some wood for a very small house. If the ply panels on the doors are not in good condition keep them and use them as templates for new panels.
We had many discussions about the bulk head, Jac was all for taking it out but I wanted it leaving in. We compromised and cut the centre panel out so in the event of any emergency I could slip through the cut out and into the drivers seat and away we go. Thankfully there has been no need for this so far which is good as I have put on a few pounds and could well get stuck halfway through.
Leaving the bulk head in, for us has been the best idea as we benefit from the extra wall, which we attached the kitchen units too. By closing the gap off with an insulated fabric panel at night or during the day we can shut off the cab. The difference this makes in overall van temperature is massive, keeping the back cool in the heat and warm in the winter.
Poppy 🐕 however is properly not that impressed as she tends to get man handled through the gap if its raining.
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Fun little doodle provided by @van.lifer for the completion of this project! Thanks, mate, looks great on the t-shirt.
Sorry for the delay in posting, been working on something really special and finally able to get back to the fun side of conversions, the photos!