Home is where you park it 🌌
"Sunrise dips in glacial lakes, are you game enough?! Admittedly this did not last long, but always nice to knock that vanlife crust off you 😂" - 📷by @wildbonde#timeouthomes
Posted at: 2019-07-17 18:59:31
A lonely dusty road, a glacier fed pool of water to take a dip in, and endless views from the many campsites to choose from. On these hot summer days there’s no better way to beat the heat. Keep exploring, friends.
We decided it was time to take an unplanned trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee today. We prepared for rain ☔️ , but are delighted we haven’t needed our jackets yet. ☀️
After a coffee at Rembrandt’s ☕️ , we’re geared up for some exploration in this historic & hip city.
↡Have you ever been here? If so, what’s your go-to spot? ↡
Taken back in April 2018- I embarked on a 3 week test trip, heading inland via Dubbo towards the Great Ocean Road and then up the East coast back to Brisbane. This trip was to make sure Jordy enjoyed the lifestyle, to make sure I enjoyed it too and to check I had everything I needed. I'm so glad I did a test trip as I did end up altering/ adding a few things before my big trip began 🚐
Feliz cumpleaños peluche con patas!! Llegaste hace 3 años a nuestras vidas para revolucionarlas y enseñarnos algunas lecciones. Uma no podría tener un compañero mejor que tú ni estar más loca por ti. Te queremos hasta el infinito y más allá! Felices 4 añazos Golferas 💞 #cumpleañosgolferas #golferasguaperas#umavangolfo#vanlife
Posted at: 2019-07-18 12:32:01
Da steht der Bulli seit 2 Wochen vor der Tür. Wird Zeit wieder auf Reisen zu gehen! Das Wochenende wird ja schick 🤗
Was macht ihr dieses Wochenende?
Dann hab ich alles mit Armaflex verkleidet. Bestes Zeug ever. Zum Abhalten von Wärme und Kälte. Ich hab 19mm starkes Armaflex zwischen die Holme geklebt. 9mm starkes auf die Holme und dann noch ein Band um die Übergänge der einzelnen Flächen zu überkleben. Das tolle daran ist es ist selbstklebend und mega einfach. Hat Spaß gemacht. Bin gespannt was das auf Dauer so bringt.
I haven't posted much about my van yet... I have been so busy with work I don't actually get to spend that much time in it. But I feel completely at home in the van, and sleep better in here than I do anywhere else now! This morning I have woken up surrounded by friends as my neighbours and I couldn't be happier! ❤ #vanlife#lifeontheroad
[Day 116 part 2] Grand Canyon of Yellowstone did not disappoint! Volcanic soil and hot spring sediment from thousands of years created beautiful light canyon sides in shades of beige, yellow, pink, and orange. Contrasting against the dark trees and clear greenish blue water thundering down the bottom of the canyon, creating gorgeous waterfalls and fierce rapids.
I worked with a view of the lake, a meadow with a grazing bison, and coffee that @szang36 brought. Once that was done, and we’d eaten a late lunch in the van, we drove out to a small lake where Stacie tried to fish, before embarking on the evening adventure.
I’d found a shortish hike to take us to the top of a mountain for a beautiful view of eastern Yellowstone’s lakes, mountains, and forests at sunset. Well… short up a mountain means you kind of go straight up instead of having a bunch of switchbacks for a more gradual rise. I think Stacie might never hike with me again… It was getting dark and the trail was rocky, slippery, snowy, and steep. Weather was rolling in and as we got closer to the top, it got crazy windy, dark ominous clouds and thunder a couple mountains over. Stacie got in her head about the steep scree trail. She struggled, stopped and cried in the angry whipping wind; hating me and angry at herself. But step by step getting higher. Eventually, she made the wiser decision to stay below the tree line as I made my way alone up to the top of the mountain, literally into the storm. My usual stubborn hiking mentality that I’m not done until I’m done.
The hike back down was in pitch blackness, wearing headlamps to see the trail. Played music as loud as my phone would go and we bounced down the trail singing along out loud to warn any bears of our presence (I nearly had a heart attack when a massive porcupine crossed the trail, but no bears). Was really fun! Even Stacie thought so, having recovered from the trauma of fighting to the top. Afterward, you appreciate going out of your comfort zone and scaling a mountain, even though you hated it while in the midst. Proud of you Stacie.
Crazy day. We stopped at almost every pullout, [cont.. ⬇️]