Kelsey and Scott sold it all and are now traveling North America in their renovated Jayco fifth wheel. They realized that no one is promised tomorrow and decided they didn’t want to wait until retirement to see the world. Now they’re funding their adventures with remote work and plan to travel as long as they are still having fun.
Window to Marin County, California
Kelsey & Scott Kiessig
Window to the World Location:
Nicasio Reservoir in Northern California.
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Our #windowtotheworld has seen a lot of this continent. We use our @thorindustries RV as a home base to explore an area, but we also love to show people that you don’t have to limit yourself to campground views. So we became a #thorpartner to showcase some of our most epic back window views, and this is definitely one of them. We had just stayed for a while in the area around Point Reyes National Seashore. There was plenty to do and see. The beauty of the California coast was everywhere! On our way inland we stopped at this reservoir to have lunch and the views out our back window were so peaceful. Having a @thorindustries rig with so many windows makes us intentional about where we park, so we can take full advantage of bringing the outdoors into our home on wheels
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Why do you like it here?
It’s close to civilization but feels so far away.
What’s your favorite part about this view?
This view is amazing because the reservoir doesn’t have boat traffic like so many other bodies of water. It will often be completely glassed over, but a small wind will pick up and make it look like the ocean.
How do you decide where to go next?
We spend a lot of time discussing, and we glean inspiration from other travelers. But when it comes down to it, we usually don’t know where we’re going until the week before we leave.
What’s one piece of advice you have for RVers?
Go with the flow. This life is full of adventure, fun, exploration, and discoveries, but it’s still real life and plans don’t always work out. The beauty of RV living is that even if everything goes wrong, you are probably in an amazing location with natural beauty all around to enjoy. So take a deep breath and enjoy the view.
Who do you wish you could share this view with?
We text and FaceTime our friends and families all the time. We wish we could bring everyone with us to experience these adventures at the same time. Pictures and videos are an amazing way to stay connected in this day and age, but they can’t replace experiencing the world in real life. So stop scrolling on social media and get out into the world and see it for yourself!