From the producers of KING-TV:
Two Western Washington men recently left their careers as an optometrist and a coffee shop manager to pursue a project they call “When the Road is Home.” The idea is that they tell the story of people who live their life on the road through photos, essays, interviews, video, and audio.
“People who we call ‘roadsteaders,’ living the mobile life. RVers, truckers, bands on tour, anybody who is on the road part time or full time or both,” Daniel Volland said. “They wanted to do something drastic, simplify, get rid of a lot of possessions, hit the road, see stuff that they weren’t able to working a 9-5 job.”
To read KING-TV’s report and get links to stories about life on the road, click here.