because it’s Sunday, and it’s been a while 🤳 @theselfiepug
I've been away from instagram a bit lately so here's what we have been up to: We said goodbye to the Oregon coast 11 days ago. Spending the summer on the coast was awesome but i'm happy to be on the road again! In Oregon we got a lot done on the bus that I will start sharing very soon! Yesterday we finally finished driving through Montana and made it to Williston, North Dakota. Our final destination is Hamilton. There we will be working on a sugar beet farm for the month of October (sup @rainnwilson). I have never worked on any sort of farm before but i'm excited for this experience, plus making a little extra money on the road is always a bonus! We have a couple days left until we need to arrive at the farm. Any recommendations on places to stop at along the way?
Advice from a tree and Norm: Stand tall and proud. Sink your roots into the earth. Be content with your natural beauty. Go out on a limb. Drink plenty of water. Remember your roots. Enjoy the view!
The little river by our camping spot
Sunset on the Oregon coast ✨
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
do you say soda, pop, or soda pop? 🥤
Norm and Jackson in Bisbee, Arizona
My bus has around 160 square feet of living space. With this small of a space everything in the bus has a purpose, function, or means a lot to me. Ive been renovating the bus since we have been on the Oregon Coast and have started downsizing some of the things i’ve accumulated over the past two years. If you live on the road already or wanted to live in something this size, what are somethings you couldn’t live without?