There are many families with children traveling the country full-time in an RV.
I don’t know how many families, but more that I expected when I first started looking around for them.
There are also a number of families traveling in Airstreams, which is kind of subculture within the full-time RV community.
We met one of these full-time traveling Airstream families in the Everglades.
The Bosaks are a family of three plus a dog from Seattle.
Similar to us, they left their jobs and home behind to travel around the country in an Airstream.
They’ve been on the road about eight months, having explored much of the western side of the US and now exploring the eastern side.
We’ve stayed in touch on Instagram, and mostly by chance, our paths have crossed again in eastern North Carolina.
We met up with the family at the NC Aquarium of Fort Fisher. They pulled their Airstream over from Fayetteville.
After the aquarium, we invited them to make the hour trip north to stay the night at our beach house at Topsail Beach.
They pulled their Airstream to Topsail and parked in the driveway.
The kids played on the beach and at the house. Our families had dinner together. And at the end of the night, they didn’t stay in the house, but in their home, the Airstream.
Meeting new people and families is great part of the overall journey. There are so many stories, lessons, and experiences to share.