Two Happy Campers

Life on the road


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We’re Mark & Michele, professional photographers and modern-day nomads perfecting the art of slow, perpetual travel.  Our tiny home on wheels and slow-paced travel style allows us to minimize our expenses while maximizing our freedom.  This blog is where we share our travels as well as our insights in to this lifestyle that we absolutely love.  Thanks so much for being here.

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Full-time Four Wheel Camper living with Heather & Adam

Meet Heather & Adam. A couple of Ohioans that hit the road full-time in their Four Wheel Camper two years ago and haven’t looked back since. Pursuing their dream of full-time travel meant leaving behind stable jobs and a beautiful home. But they knew the life they craved lived beyond the comforts of life on a solid foundation. After a series of life-altering events showed them just how...

Bridging the gap between the person we are and the person we want to be

Photo of the day: Yoga time At the beginning of the year I was inspired to do something different from making a New Year’s resolution.  I was given a Word Of The Year workbook with prompts to select a word that would guide me through the year.  In this workbook were some really wonderful questions that cultivated deep thinking about my actions, my priorities, what I want to achieve, and who...

A-Z Guide to Full-time RV Living: Juggling a job with life on the road

Welcome to post 10 of 26 in the A-Z guide to full-time RV Living! Full-time RV travel isn’t exclusively for the retired or independently wealthy.  Whether it be a traditional job done remotely or an income opportunity you’ve never even heard of, there are a multitude of ways to earn while living a mobile lifestyle.  In this post I’m going to share what that looks like for us...

A day in the life: relocating from Wickenburg to Wickenburg

I woke up yesterday morning with a singular goal, get outside.  The forecast was calling for 40mph winds beginning at noon, followed by overcast skies, cool temps, and on and off rain for the next three days.  This meant all the doors and windows of our RV would not be open for several days and so getting outside and soaking up the sun was imperative. I hiked a few miles around camp...

Notes from the road: March ’24

Welcome to Notes From The Road, a monthly recap of where we’ve been and what we’ve been up to. March began in a small town in Mexico, where we waited two days for fuel to be delivered to the local gas station, and is now ending in central Arizona, where we’re waiting for temps to rise in Colorado before returning to our property for the spring.  After arriving back in the States...

The art (and delight) of noticing

It’s been over four years now since I began the practice of photographing my life daily. When 2020’s 365 project came to an end, I couldn’t imagine stopping. And so, without really thinking too hard about it, I woke up January 1st of 2021 and kept going. I haven’t stopped since. My commitment to the practice has taught me a lot while yielding an awesome and honest record of my life from...

Why we have a truck camper and travel trailer for full-time travel

A few weeks ago we moved back into our travel trailer after spending 3 months traveling around Mexico in our truck camper. Since we’ve taken a unique approach to full-time travel by alternating between two different rigs, I thought I’d share the details behind the 10 years of experimentation that led us to this choice. I hope you enjoy this peek into our backstory! Every spring is...

Thank you

Traveling to Baja every winter is quite literally a dream come true.  Each trip, this one being our third, opens our minds and teaches us things about ourselves we may otherwise have never gotten the chance to learn.  One of those things being the joy and satisfaction we get from sharing our travels and positively impacting others. Last year, at the start of our second trip, I got the...

82 days camping in Baja: a Recap

In 82 days we ate more tacos than I could count, likely drove more miles on dirt than pavement, and turned acquaintances into lifelong friends. We traveled to some of the most remote places we’ve ever been, hiked among cactus as tall as a two story building, and saw the brightest most awe-inspiring meteor we’ve ever witnessed.  We swam in natural pools high in the mountains, we paddled with...

Winter in Baja: The last day

San Felipe -> Arizona // It’s difficult to not begin the day in a lazy fashion wandering out onto the long expanse of sandbar that low tide has exposed while taking in the sunrise.  But we have a 3 hour drive ahead of us to get to the border and the sooner we get there the less likely we are to have to wait in line for hours.  One of the rules of thumb for camping safely in Baja is to not camp...


We’re Mark & Michele, modern-day nomads perfecting the art of slow, full-time travel.  Our tiny home on wheels and slow-paced travel style allows us to minimize our expenses while maximizing our freedom.  May our unconventional way of life inspire you to design a life that you love.


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