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Wired: What happens when a tech writer lives in a van?

From the writers at Wired magazine:

The last time I packed up my apartment to move, I realized I didn’t really know where I wanted to move to. I was tired of sitting in one spot and I was tired of paying rent.

Since I’m a writer and have the advantage of being able to work from virtually anywhere, I decided to take that concept to its logical extreme.

In the spring, of 2015 I bought a 2006 Gulf Stream Vista Cruiser G24, and after a couple months of fixing it up, I started living in it full-time.

It had taken me more than five months to find the model that had what I needed (a separate work area and sleep area, a storage compartment big enough for a surfboard and a folding mountain bike, good gas mileage and easy drive/parkability). I was overjoyed.

To read more in Wired about the teched-out van, click here.

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