a man. a woman. a plan. a vanagon.

On May 5, 2011, we picked up our baby: a 1985 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia camper.

We don't have an actual baby, so we decided to pour all our time, money and effort into a 29-year-old vehicle.

These are our summer stories, travels, pictures, projects, adventures, lusted-after accessories and anything else that's fit to print.

Words and things by Vanessa. Photos by Corey. Usually.

~ Saturday, September 24 ~
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vanagon living is a lot like boat living: tidy and efficient. everything has a place and there’s a place for everything.
imagine living on a houseboat, just like all these folks in seattle do.
from the inside, most of these homes don’t even look like they’re floating on water—it’s only from the outside (or maybe from a wide window view) you can tell these charming little homes are actually bobbing along, attached to a dock.

vanagon living is a lot like boat living: tidy and efficient. everything has a place and there’s a place for everything.

imagine living on a houseboat, just like all these folks in seattle do.

from the inside, most of these homes don’t even look like they’re floating on water—it’s only from the outside (or maybe from a wide window view) you can tell these charming little homes are actually bobbing along, attached to a dock.

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