This has got me thinking, which is never a good thing.
Here’s what I think I’d (I’ll????) do:
In short: A van towing a very small (6-8′) cargo trailer.
The van for comfort: A futon/bed for lounging and sleeping, a Lazy-Boy chair for lounging and working, and some storage for clothes.
The cargo trailer for the utilities: Kitchen, refrigerator, toilet, shower, battery-bank, and solar panels.
A rig like that, you could live comfortably practically anywhere for free: woods, towns, or cities.
You could disconnect the trailer and stealth camp in the van right in the heart of even the biggest city for a few days at a time.
In the forest, you could leave the trailer in the hot sun for solar and run an extension cord to your van sitting in the shade by the river.
Buy a cheap used van for a couple grand and if it dies, buy another one. Toss in your futon, chair, and clothes and drive off.
The more I think about it, the more I’m liking it (which is also never a good thing).
Please help me get published
For my next book, I'll be submitting to traditional publishers. Unfortunately, in a publisher's eyes, the author's platform (number of readers/followers) is just as important as the manuscript itself. You can help in my endeavor to find a publisher by simply using one of the share buttons below to add this blog post to your favorite social networking page and thus sharing it with your friends ("Likes" really don't help that much). I sincerely appreciate your show of support. Thank-you. ---Wayne