GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) — Instead of keeping to their homes during the pandemic, David Waldrip and Amanda Brock decided to leave Gainesville behind and travel across the U.S. while living inside a 96-square-foot Airstream trailer.
Since June 9, the couple has driven over 11,000 miles and visited 16 states.
“My motivation was to continue to live life the way I wanted to live it and not be stuck at home and stuck searching for toilet paper,” he said. “An Airstream trailer is the best way to quarantine and be socially distanced on planet Earth. You’re self-contained.”
Waldrip said he has been able to keep up his job as a real estate agent, taking calls on the road and working inside the vehicle.