Home Is Where You Park It

Four years ago I spent 6 weeks on the road from Oregon to New Mexico in a 76′ Minnie Winnie and have been a huge fan of the “life on the road” lifestyle ever since. So it’s no surprise that I’ve found a soulmate in Foster Huntinton, the author of Home Is Where You Park It. In the summer of 2011 Foster left his job in New York and moved into a VW camper. After 100,000 miles on the road meeting like-minded people, he started a successful Kickstarter campaign to publish his second photo book of various vans and campers. Some people are obsessed with bookshelves, some have a thing for doors . . . Foster and I are in love with mobile homes.

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(images via Van Life, & A Restless Transplant; Home is Where You Park it Book $65)

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16 Comments

  1. Mira wrote:

    The pics look amazing 😀

    xx Mira

    http://www.glamdevils.com

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  2. Rachelle wrote:

    6 WEEKS! Wow that’s pretty cool.

    xo
    PinkSole

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  3. Q wrote:

    I love the idea of it… but I dont think I could do 6 weeks….. 2 weeks max!…. its a bit like mobile camping right?….. I am sure you have some life lasting memories…great experience.x

    http://www.myclayexperience.com/

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  4. gap wrote:

    Nice post!!
    XOX, Gap.
    http://www.gaptoothedgirl.com

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  5. amanda wrote:

    loooooove his blog, i’ve been following for a while and his photos and his writing are just so super nice. i need to pick up a copy of his book.

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  6. Anastasia wrote:

    Great option for traveling, for instance to get around South America!
    xx
    http://fashionpeekaboo.com

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  7. Namrata wrote:

    Does this remind anyone else of Breaking Bad?

    Namrata
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.com

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  8. Oh my goodness! I love this post! My dream is to buy a pink vintage travel trailer so thank you for this! 🙂

    Sincerely,

    Laurali Star

    http://www.thesecretsurprisinista.com/

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  9. Naomi A wrote:

    I’m sold! I’d be the lady with the plants lining the trim, like in your photos!

    xoxo, The Occasional Indulgence

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  10. Sophia C wrote:

    I am going on a cross country road trip with my family next summer and seeing posts like this makes me so excited. I love your Blog style.
    xoxo,
    Sophia C.

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  11. I’m am tripping on so many cool homes! Love your photographs , I feel like i’m there and wishing I was there !!!

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  12. This is so great! It makes me want to get an RV and travel the country. So much fun!

    Check out the B.A.D blog: http://blogaboutdesign.com

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  13. Shelley wrote:

    Very cool! I want to go on a road trip now so badly!
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthChildArt?ref=si_shop

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  14. Tara wrote:

    These photos are beyond amazing. Never would I think of wanting to live in a camper but this has totally changed my mind.

    http://www.southbysunset.com

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  15. LOVE it!!! if I only had… a mini bus 😉 cool blog, just discovered it, Ill be happy to follow you 🙂 and Ill welcome you to my blog http://www.interiorwise.wordpress.com

    The best, Danielle

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