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Nick, and the Things Blog

Nick makes things, including bus conversions. Read about all the things here.

Vicaribupdate – The Oregon Coast in September

We spent 18 days on the Oregon coast starting at Fort Stevens in the north working the entire way down to Brookings in the south. From what we heard and experienced we did this [...]

By |September 16th, 2018|Categories: A Bus Story, Nick, and the Things, Vicaribupdate|0 Comments

Vicaribupdate – Central Oregon Xscapers Convergence

Eleven times now this year, a community of full-time RVers have converged on a single location to spend a week or so of socializing, group activities and late-night shenanigans. These are the Xscapers - [...]

By |September 9th, 2018|Categories: A Bus Story, Nick, and the Things, Vicaribupdate|0 Comments

Vicaribupdate – Entering Oregon: Portland, Hood River, Mt. Hood and More

Our sixth state on this journey so far happens to be Oregon. We crossed over from Washington over the Columbia River into Astoria, headed to Portland for a few days, worked our way up [...]

By |September 2nd, 2018|Categories: A Bus Story, Nick, and the Things, Vicaribupdate|2 Comments

I Can Haz Internets? How We Stay Connected on the Road

Some folks choose this type of lifestyle specifically to disconnect - that's not us. Staying connected is vital to our day-to-day bus life. I work remotely as a Software Engineer to keep the gas [...]

By |August 30th, 2018|Categories: A Bus Story, Nick, and the Things|0 Comments

Vicaribupdate – Olympic Peninsula, Washington

The Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park in western Washington has a little bit of everything. Glacier capped mountains, rugged ocean coastline along the Pacific, calmer oyster-filled coastline along the Hood Canal, and stunning [...]

By |August 19th, 2018|Categories: A Bus Story, Nick, and the Things, Vicaribupdate|0 Comments