Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

They Swapped Suburbia For An Airstream Trailer… And Found The Real American Dream.

Josh and Jessa's life sounds like something out of a romantic comedy: The pair met on Facebook and got married. Jessa took a job as a graphic designer, and Josh was a web developer. After having their first child, they realized that their vanilla suburban life just wasn't going to work for them.

That's when they decided to do something drastic. The couple quit their jobs in favor of freelance work and bought a 27 foot Airstream mobile home. Their goal? To see 400 of the country's incredible national parks.

With their baby in tow, they set out on their adventure and began documenting it on Instagram. According to their social media, the family far prefers the simple life than the one they left behind. And, if their photos are any indication, the simple life is far more beautiful.

How Jack spent his Fourth of July, part 1.

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#1337stream

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#worksbenchmates at the Painted Hills, one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon. #traveloregon

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Jessa overlooking Waimea River and Canyon.

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#airstream life.

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Evening in the Tetons. #airstream #campvibes

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Somewhere amongst the 300-foot tall California Redwoods. #1337ergram

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Jessa & Mila.

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Jack at the Nooksack River.

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Jack snapped another good portrait of Jessa & me at Eagle Lake. Thanks @jackworks!

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Next, this couple traveled to 177 countries in their Mercedes wagon.

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