Combined Routes of the Green Van
48 States 3 Provinces and Hawaii and Tijuana on the Side
Mono Lake
House of Refuge
Acadia National Park
Fort Niagara
New Mexico Back Road
Yellowstone Fly Fishing
Northwest Corner
Glacier Na. Park
Haystack Rock
Snake River
Monterey Coast
Crater Lake
Whale tail
Central Park Castle
Hyannis Port
Atlantic City
Outer Banks Pier
Balboa Park
My Favorite Bear
Great Plains View
Skyline Drive
Back during the 1980's I outfitted a green Ford E100 long body van as a self-contained living quarters and traveling art studio.  I would save up some money and take off on another adventure to discover america, see the sights, go to museums, gardens, anything of interest.  Plus I took photos and did sketches and oil paintings as I traveled.  All together I must have traveled more than 100,000 miles and spent more than two years at various times living in the van.  I had three basic rules: avoid the interstate highways, no fast food restaurants (donut shops were ok),  and never pay to stay anywhere overnight.  Now I would like to get a Sprinter van and convert it to burn both diesel and french fry oil and go see what I missed and how things have changed.
Somewhere in Montana the day my rear wheel fell off going down the highway at 40 miles per hour.
History of Green Van Trips Recreated from Old Log Books
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