Van Dwelling in Humboldt County

It’s been an adventure to say the least. Currently im in Northern California living in a 1977 Dodge RV. I’m with Dustin and traveling along side our great friend, Mountain top. Our journey began in Shelter cove, a beautiful small town on the coast. We’re all here working the outdoor ganja scene-Trimmers we are, Trimmers who’ve defied death countless times in the RV…anything from no brakes blasting through a stop sign, to tire blow outs on the free way, to the engine deciding to randomly shut off. The stories are pretty unbelievable, but We are met to be here, at least thats what I’ve come to believe……

Our homes.

In the moutains. Gaberville swallowed by the sea of fog.

Shelter cove sunset.

Meet Mountain Top.

Everynight…..

No brake pads. apparently we were riding this way for awhile. HA.

We Headed to Arcata for Halloween…. one of the best places We could have been. And we occupied it. 

This is the Central Park in Arcata after sundown. The whole town was involved getting dressed up and fucked up.

our trim wear.

Dustin and my initials that he carved last year.

Click any photo for High Rez

Images captured by Myself( Shea Greene), Dustin Sites, and Ted Coakley.

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3 thoughts on “Van Dwelling in Humboldt County

  1. hey gurl, your life adventures seem fabulous! keep living the dream 🙂
    xo

  2. Theresa says:

    Love the pictures you are a fantastic photographer. I can’t wait to travel and live in a van. Soon hopefully.

  3. Theresa says:

    Amazing images. What an awesome trip and no adventure would be complete without a few close calls.

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