Jonathan and Ashley Longnecker and their four kids live, work, and explore the world in this stylish, sustainable Airstream Sovereign.
The Longneckers were living the American Dream with a large house and plenty of material items, but found themselves wanting more—or rather less. Desire for more freedom, more adventure, and more time together with less financial stress and fewer things led the family to downsize from their spacious home to a 350-square-foot RV.
Yet, after a year of living and traveling, they soon realized that even the RV was too comfortable, and the potential of living off-grid in beautiful, remote settings was the dream.
A shiny 1972 Airstream Sovereign was the perfect solution for their sustainable dreams. In just six months—thanks to the help of Ashley’s dad—the couple transformed the vintage home on wheels into an off-grid living-machine, complete with plentiful storage, modern decor, and a workspace for Jonathan.
Now, the Longneckers lives and works in the pristine wilderness with the comforts of a single family home in a sustainable “adventure-mobile.”
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