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Today on the podcast, I am interviewing Adam Norrell from the Tiny Ass Camper blog. Adam lives in a tiny ass 17 foot Casita trailer with his wife Jenn, their daughter Imogen, and their chihuahua Dakota. To fund their travel lifestyle, Adam works a full time job on the road.
A few things we talk about on this episode:
- How to find a full-time remote position to fund your travel
- How to stay connected to your team while working remotely
- How much space do you really need in your RV and Adam’s thoughts on giving up his bathroom for a bit more freedom
- Creating a balance between adventuring and working full time
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Can you post a link to the video you used to get the jelly stone gig?
Yep! You can see it here: https://www.facebook.com/PecanParkRiversideRVandCabins/videos/1238656832854929
Great conversation….some things that spur on the thinking.process. The portta pottie is something I’ve been use to since the 60’s (save about 10 or 11 when I had a class B)….and they work out great. Right now, as a single person….my camper is a Chrysler stow and go that holds a mini ice box (from the 70’s), a portta pottie, a cot and boxes that slide under the cot and hold cooking stuff, food, extra water, portable sink….and doggie necessities (I have two terriers, one Jack Russell and one Carin), and a folding table and chair for outside. It all fits, it all works out and I still have walking space which the dogs sleep in part of at night……and the front seats I use to set in when I want to read, eat or watch a movie…..if I’m not outside. Where there is a will, there is always a way of one kind or another.
Agreed. You can live in just about any kind of rig if you’re willing to make it work!
You said something about solo journeyer…can you say more about that?
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What a great episode! Loved the tiny-ass thoughtful, philosophical perspective.
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