Journey & Journey. Assembly Folks!- Interview-A Solo Lady Residing 5 Years in a Sprinter Van

Immediately we meet Theresa who has lived over 5 years on the Highway in her Sprinter Tiny House on Wheels—and loves it! She loves how cheaply she will stay a life stuffed with journey, journey, assembly nice folks and having management over her life. Nomadic residing has confirmed to her, that she will have all of it! She additionally has an ingenious system of laying a photo voltaic panel out on the bottom—she hangs it on the door as a substitute.

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This Post Has 34 Comments

  1. Very interesting with the solar panels on the inside of the door, with the doors open. Certainly an advantage of being able to travel/camp in the desert.

  2. Great video. I know this is the life for me. Prepping for it. Is her son building vans now?

  3. All these videos I've seen thus far feature interesting folks I wouldn't mind having as a friend. I can relate to the shopping resulting from boredom and unhappiness. Keep Sprintering on.

  4. Look at that smile when this admittedly private person talks about her new social life on the road. Like she found an undiscovered country for herself.

  5. Her story is the same as so many others. Very inspiring!

  6. I'd love to be nomadic! I have a 23 foot Jayco that I live in, but can't afford to travel. I read all the stories of these folks who live in interesting campers, vans, trailers. I'm envious 🙂 But I'm 71 on social security [that will never go up] and it will probably never happen. But I LOVE my tiny house. No desire to change. You go Theresa!!! Awesome.

  7. So many of your great interviews are out of doors. When windy it is very challenging to hear the interviewee's voice with the wind. Your voice is clear but no often their voice. Thanks for what you do.

  8. Who is Brian? What is his youtube channel called?

  9. Some of us can remember when living in "sticks and bricks" didn't isolate you – when, in fact, it was the best way to be social, when neighbors visited each other regularly, had backyard BBQ's every weekend, tupperware parties, block parties, etc, etc. Then came the age of the internet. The irony of "social media" is that it physically isolates us more than ever, and humans need physical, in-person interaction. We've never been lonelier as a society in my lifetime than this moment, and the need for "social distancing" due to the coronavirus isn't helping at all right now. It's really a sad state of affairs when the time I spent homeless in the not-too-distant past was filled with the best social interactions I've had in the last 20 years. There are many days I actually prefer my time "on the streets", and I'm anxious to get back to "nomad" living if ever I can afford the risks and complications as compared to my current circumstances.

  10. Theresa seems like a peaceful spirit, with gratitude for everything in her life. Lovely lady.

  11. I'm already on face book on this tablet why does it keep asking me to sign in when I try to go to bills face book page??

  12. It seems that nomad life is very attractive to people who are “different “. To each his own. I like your interviews.

  13. She is so lucky to have an understanding family, I get so much negativity from my family, they just don't get it.

  14. Nomadic does not mean antisocial. Look at all of our immigrant pasts (or native american pasts) we all come from traveling people. Thought provoking video.

  15. Why are these two standing so close together? Are they immune to C19?

  16. Social distancing! Don’t talk in her direction buddy. Droplets transfer easily.

  17. Living alone out of a van in the middle of nowhere for a long period of time decreases your chances of dying from the coronavirus (covid19). Unfortunately, I'm not in a position to live independently out of a van right now.

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