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MotorHeadline: Living in a VAN down by the RIVER



It has never been easier to be a nomad.

One of the funniest moments of Saturday Night Live was a skit performed beautifully by the late Chris Farley that aired in 1993. His character, Matt Foley, played a motivational speaker, warning two kids about straying from the straight and narrow. In his ...

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  1. 1976 – 18 days on the road in a 1974 Ford Econoline van (called The Blue Buzzard) with hand-sewn window curtains, a double mattress on the floor, a large cooler of food and drinks, a camp stove, and a 2-year-old. Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Las Vegas, and only one night in a hotel. Never again.

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