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Best of Kickstarter: “Home Is Where You Park It” by Foster Huntington

Best of Kickstarter: Home Is Where You Park It book by Foster Huntington

In July 2011, Foster Huntington (@fosterhunting) left his job and moved out of his NY apartment and hit the road in his VW Vanagon. In two years he put more than 80,000 miles on his odometer, surfing, and meeting other people who were also living in their vans. He started documenting these vehicles and tagging them with #vanlife on Instagram.

Foster is now raising money to publish a book of his travels called “Home Is Where You Park It”. Take a look at the video below!


Best of Kickstarter: Home Is Where You Park It book by Foster Huntington

 

Best of Kickstarter: Home Is Where You Park It book by Foster Huntington

 

Best of Kickstarter: Home Is Where You Park It book by Foster Huntington

 

 

“Home Is Where You Park It” on Kickstarter

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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