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Auto Evolution: Couple quit jobs, build their mini-house and tow it in country road trip

From the bloggers at Auto Evolution.

“We enjoy the new freedom this lifestyle has afforded us. We get to travel all over the country and go on new adventures almost daily. North America is our backyard” the enamored road trippers described their apparently endless venture. It’s been two years since they build their own 125-square-foot house on a 20-foot-long trailer which they tow with a pick-up truck all over the country. They seem quite happy.

There’s a lot more to living on the road than what most of the people think and with a bit of imagination and some proper optimism you could just live the same life only with a lot more adventures added to it.

These two lovebirds quit their jobs about two years ago, build their own traveling house on wheels and just hit the rod. The wooden home is quite tiny: “20′ long, 13’5″ high, 8’6″ wide at the wheels, 7’4″ wide at the walls, 6’8″ wide and 10’6″ high inside, 10,100lbs with all of our belongings including water and propane, 1,500lbs on the tongue.” They use a 2006 Ford F-250 to tow their fantasy home all over the country.

To read the full story by Auto Evolution, click here.

About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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