From the French Morvan with Love, our very first #vanlife vlog! 😉
Hi dear folks!
Remember that we’ve announced our crazy plan with a campervan not too long ago? Well, since then we’ve spend many conversations about how we can at one hand convert our van in a sustainable way and at the same time use our short time before departure well by choosing for what’s fast, easy and basic. We’ve learned a lot from this process and feel open to share about our dilemmas and questions along the route of converting our van before we’ve hit the road. So enjoy watching our first vlog as vanlifers and stay tuned for more! Please let us know if you’d like to question our choices, want to exchange thoughts on one of the topics. What other tips or tricks can you share with us? We’re happy to hear from you!
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Hilde & Oscar
See how we help our friend fixing the cute little wooden trailer. And meet Chris to get to know her more back to basic lifestyle living in her Yurt. Together this cozy community brings life back to it’s essence.
After investing a little bit of your time, you will live greener and more ethical for the rest of your life. What is this magical tip? Watch the video to find out. We followed this tip for ourselves recently and will tell you more about that in a future update.
Our first steps into #vanlife… We want to take our project to the next level and get serious about finding our better way to live. The plan is to get a campervan and travel to Portugal to live and work in sustainable communities. Of course we’ll keep bringing you videos about all the interesting things we hope to discover.
In this video we tell you the 7 reasons why we want to go to Portugal in a campervan.
In this natural home Agnes and Harrie live sustainably, yet super comfy. Featuring things like a heat pump, natural insulation, a rocket stove and straw bale construction. ‘t Natuurlijk Huus is a place where the boundaries of sustainable technology are explored.
Website ‘t Natuurlijk Huus.
Peter and his family are homesteading their way to more financial freedom. With simple green techniques and natural materials like straw-bales and cob he is building his own sustainable house. Their ultimate aim is to live self-sufficiently with very little money.
Visit their blog (Dutch) by clicking here.
We visit Hans Roverts, who turned a ruin into a magical house using natural and salvaged materials. ‘Shortage stimulates creativity’ is his motto. He also does initiations to help boys become men. He calls his project ‘De Natuurlijke Tijd’ or ‘Natural Time’.
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