The van is 90% done with just minor details left to finish. 2 months ago we set a date for a trip to the Sequoia’s to give us a deadline on completion of the build. It definitely kept us accountable… even though we finished building our bed at 2 am, just a few hours before we hit the road. Typical Travis + Lexi fashion, always on time with very little sleep.
Everything in the van worked great.Travis got help hooking up all of our electrical the day before we left as well, it was such a relief and so awesome seeing everything working how it’s supposed to! Lights, hot water, working oven and stove top, comfy beds. Our first trip in our (almost complete) home on wheels couldn’t have gone better. We did come home and decided to upgrade a few things and make some changes, that i’ll share in another post.
Quick stop to fix the kiddos lunch under the Joshua Tree’s somewhere on HWY 395
SEQUOIA & KING'S CANYON NATIONAL PARK
We camped at the Fairview Campgrounds just past Kernville. We didn’t realize when booking this trip that it was labor day weekend. Oops! Some good friends of ours joined us and we had such an awesome time.
We did lots of relaxing, skipped rocks, swam in the cold river, slid down natural rock water slides, hiked, played hide and seek under 300 ft sequoia trees, ate good food, and lots of star gazing around the campfire.
Here’s to more mornings waking up to views like this!
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