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Living in my SUV for two years // Tiny home camper tour // Toyota Sequoia 4×4 Overland


Hello! I'm an adventure / travel photographer and I've been living in a truck / SUV camper since July of 2018. I made this lifestyle change so I could always be outdoors and so I could camp / hike / explore as much as possible. I lived in a 2000 Toyota 4Runner at first, and now I reside in my newer, larger tiny house… a 2005 Toyota Sequoia. Let me know if you had any questions below! Thanks for watching.

My work –

AFFILIATE LINKS- Gear I Use / In This Video (Roadlife, travel, photography, backpacking and photography equipment) –


Collapsible Water Kettle-
Volrex // Magnetic Rechargeable Work Light-
GSI Outdoors // Selkirk 540 Camp Stove-
Dometic // CFX Fridge-
AeroPress Go // Portable Coffee Travel Press-
Helinox // Ultralight Camp Table-
Helinox // Ultralight Camp Chair-
Legend // 12-inch Cast Iron Skillet w/lid-
Pendleton // Yakima Wool Camp Blanket-
Travel Mirror // Pine Wood-
Shark // Handheld Vacuum-
Sharper Image Fan // Axis 12 USB-
Eagle Creek // Pack-It Cube Set-
Martin Guitar // Travel Guitar-
WaterBrick // 3.5 Gallon-
Benchmade // Bushcrafter Knife-
Hults Bruk // Kisa Axe-

Power Setup-

Goal Zero Yeti Power Station and Nomad Solar Panels-

Camera Equipment-

Canon // EOS R5 Mirrorless Camera-
Canon // EOS R Mirrorless Camera-
Canon // RF 15-35mm f/2.8 IS-
Canon // RF 24-70mm f/2.8 IS-
Canon // RF 70-200mm f/2.8 IS-
Canon // RF 100-500mm f/4.5-7.1 IS-
Canon // EF 24mm f/1.4 II-
DJI // Mavic 2 Pro Drone-
DJI // Osmo Action Camera-
Peak Design // Travel Tripod-
WANDRD // PVKE 31L Camera Backpack-

And the rest of my gear is linked here-

#roadlife #tinyhouse #vanlife #suvcamper #truckcamper #overlanding


Date: September 16, 2022

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37 thoughts on “Living in my SUV for two years // Tiny home camper tour // Toyota Sequoia 4×4 Overland

  1. pretty great set up…i have an suv and took the backseats out and just put a twin mattress in the back with a few usb fans a few totes with food/stove/cooking pan and utensils then another tote with clothes then my backpacking gear and a portable battery to charge my usb fans but overall it works for me im not too fancy but i would like to be a little more with the solar or a few other things…could u talk about ur window covers a little more

  2. I've watched a ton of vanlife/carlife videos and this is the absolute best one yet. Beginner friendly, economic, minimal and just very well planned out. Once I pass my drivers test I'm getting myself a SUV and leaving forever.

  3. Thank you very much for your great tour of your travel SUV. It's very well assembled. I have 2001 Suburban that I want to travel inn. I needs modified and your examples have given me some good ideas. Good luck and be safe brother traveler.

  4. Love your videos dude! Currently living on the road right now too in a CRV, was thinking of upgrading to a Sequoia, and I think this video has me sold!! Super organized and efficient the way you have everything set up… Was just wondering though, are you able to keep the fridge running JUST from the Yeti Power Station?? And if so, does that mean you're plugging in those solar panels to the Yeti daily to make sure it is charged up enough??? Just asking because I was thinking of getting panels on the roof, but you seem to be managing great without!

  5. I may have missed it, but how do you keep cool? Looking to live in my car for a week and not sure if to keep it simple and just get a fan. I think that's also my best option.

  6. Very inspiring, Sir! Wish I’d had an option like this at your age! All we had were little Subaru 4x4s. This looks great, and I loved your comments about 4×4 vs vans! Enjoy these years, someday you’ll be looking back glad you documented this time in your life!

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