The Rolling Home Journal - Issue Two

Released March 2017

140 pages. Printed in The UK on FSC certified paper.

The Rolling Home Journal documents stories, interviews, artwork, images, technical knowledge and advice. Helping to connect our community with a shared passion for adventure. Exploring social and personal change through alternative ways of living. For each issue we bring together a group of truly inspiring contributors from across the globe.

Issue two includes - Tiny homes in Belgium and cycling to the Sahara, tales of Australian caravan parks and the most incredible overland truck build you will ever see (plus much more) This issue is a testament to how varied the alternative living community is.


Contributors - 

Zach Altman - James Bowden & Hannah Stocks - Tracy Creasey - Tom de Dorlodot & Sofia Piñeiro  - Laura Martinez Donet & Gabriel Mojon-  Andrew groves-  Suvi Höyden & Antti Peltonen - William Head - Bobby Mills- Simone Monticelli & Lucia Gambelli - Kathleen Morton - Mark Nicholson - Sara Nygern - Hanna Puskarz & Zach Groves- Vicki Turner - Andrew Wightman - Maddison Araceli Willmott & Kaasam Aziz - Samantha Zim & Various authors.

Main Features

Plus more.....

'A Modest Home' by Calum Creasey & Lauren Smith.

We traveled to Belgium to stay in a beautiful tinyhome built by Wildernest. Built on a double axel trailer, complete with wood burning stove and compost toilet.


'We roll on the fringes' by Madds Willmott & Kaas Aziz


'The Wrong Way' by James Bowden & Hanna Stocks

Musings from a trip to the Lofoten islands. 

'Wind, Viking farmers and knowing Hygge well' by Calum Creasey & Lauren Smith

'The Caravan Park' by Hanna Puskarz & Zach Groves


'Life in White' by Laure Martinez Donet & Gabriel Mojon

'The Tales of Valentino' by Simone Monticelli & Lucia Gambelli

- We travelled to Milan, Italy to document the last stages of an incredible overland truck build, built from scratch in a workshop on the edge of the city. The vehicle is designed and built from scratch to travel to the Worlds toughest terrain.