The Nomadic Life of a Man who Lives in a Camper Van – Design You Trust

The Nomadic Life of a Man who Lives in a Camper Van

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Mike Hudson chose to pack up his life and hit the road. He turned his van into a home and started a website called Van Dog Traveller to document his journey around Europe.

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