Creativity Thoughts

Truck Living

Creative living, a tiny house on wheels. Geo wanted to live small and movable and I wanted to live a bit more fixed but not in a house.

From a bicycle to a truck. The ‘Cycling Cindy’ blog continues, the only difference is a bunch of extra wheels. For all who is interested in living a different lifestyle, and for those who want to be inspired or see the landscapes where the truck will come to a halt, stay tuned.

‘Truck Living’ will not be about me so much, nor about my husband and me but is focussing on how it can be to live in a truck. I show how it is to live in a tiny place and have all what is needed to live life comfortable. I hope we may inspire you to approach comfort and luxury differently.

Post 1

How the truck was transformed into a Canadian style cabin-dwelling on wheels

Post 2

A trip to Tabernas, the only desert in Europe (Spain).

Post 3

A trip to wintery Cuenca, Spain

Post 4

Minuses of living in a truck in summer

Post 5

Positives of living in a truck

Post 6

Minuses of living in a truck in winter

Post 7

How the truck is fetched from Spain to Hungary

By Cindy

Years of traveling brought me many different insights, philosophies and countries I needed to be (over 90 in total). I lived in Pakistan, went over 15 times to India and when I stopped cycling the world, that was after 50.000 kilometer through 45 countries, I met Geo. Together we now try to be more self-sustainable, grow our own food and live off-grid. I now juggle with the logistics of being an old-fashioned housewife, cook and creative artist loving the outdoors. The pouches I create are for sale on

10 replies on “Truck Living”

Hi Marieke, it’s a fantastic idea my husband had for some years. When he talked to me about it, I was first a bit doubtful. Because I thought it would be a RV, or a camper as we use to say in the Netherlands, and that was not my cup of tea. When I saw a few YouTube video’s about Westfalia living, I was having much better thoughts : ) It turns out to be fantastic! (And I can imagine so is a camper in a way and a RV too.)

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