This is the dream:
No office. No meeting requests. No instant messages. No instant coffee. No conference rooms with twee names.
Instead: the open road. Just a man in a van in America.
And that’s Home Is Where You Park It, a coffee-table-ready, photographic paean to the open road, available now for preorder.
Shot by one Foster Huntington, who quit his design job in 2011 to hit the road, the travelogue covers nearly a hundred thousand miles of blacktop and fire trail in the American West.
Huntington lived in a converted Toyota truck. Fact: he’s still living in the truck. When he isn’t driving, he surfs.
Inside: all the inspiration you’ll need to plant the seeds of your own escape — be it for the weekend or the rest of your life.
And if you’re curious how a pro like Huntington rolls, look no further than his amazing explanation of how he does it.
Lesson #1: VWs look cool, but man they’re a bitch to sleep in.
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