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Hello! We’re Isabelle and Antoine 🙂 In 2017 we sold our house (and everything in it), quit our engineering careers and moved into our self built campervan. We’ve been on the road since then and every day is an opportunity for a new adventure; we’re chasing our dreams and hopefully it inspires others to do the same!

33 thoughts on “Photos”

  1. Sooo well done,amazing useful details,must have something to do with your engineering background.

    Planning something similar for retirement, still a dream.

    Best of, you are form QC 😉 Bien le bonjour..

  2. Great site and thanks for providing it. Was wondering, any thoughts of a portable potty or toilet in the van? How do you handle this necessity? Again, great site and thanks for all the helpful info.

  3. Super stoked on your website! My wife and I are planning to build out a Ford as well. We’re thinking a bit more of a gear hauler to keep up our boating/ biking/ boarding/ burningman lifestyle once our baby comes. The subaru just cant fit it all with the kiddie too. Thanks for sharing!

    • Hey Brady, we’re into our last sprint to finish the van and get rid of the house (we must have finished by August 15th), so we’ll be riding our local trails just North of Montreal. We might go to Vermont as well to ride and have a few beers 🙂 Where do you ride yourself?

  4. The Windows were fitted by a friend who fit Windows as his job, they make them onsite really happy with them.

    Finished the sound deadening off yesterday day. Next is insulation then maybe a maxxair fan.

  5. Hi guys
    Amazing detailed site im just starting my build on a transit l2 h2 hope to be done for the summer. Keep the posts coming.

    The windows are in and I’m going to tackle the insulation tomorrow after putting it off for so long I couldn’t decide what to use, I have gone for close cell foam and silent coat sound deadening.

  6. Bravo pour votre projet!!! Votre site est vraiment bien fait et vos explications me serons très utiles lors de ma conversion!! Au plaisir de vous croiser!

    • The roof fan won’t move much air unless there is an opening. We use the window mostly when cooking: it’s create a draft just at the right spot from the window up to the fan. We use it when parked as well, to help cool the van down (with the fan turned on). We don’t use it while driving; some people recommended not to, as it is not that solid…

    • It’s a Fatbike!
      We use in in winter only, although some people use them in summer too but i don’t really see the point.

      The tires are 4.8 width, MUCH larger than regular tires, but it help for snow traction.

      Fatbikes are good for us on the east-coast, since we don’t have really nice conditions for skiing.

  7. Great job on this site and the work that are putting in to your van. It looks great. Looking forward to seeing your next build update.

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