Not sure if this is a right now thing or just something I've been noticing, but there's a lot of people getting off the grid and driving around for months or even years in pursuit of freedom, adventure, scenery, who knows. From Foster Huntington's book Home is Where You Park It to Vancrafted to Lucille & Found—the idea is definitely on my radar. Looks like there's a couple that seriously predates the trend though. BBC just profiled a couple who drove a Mercedes G-Wagen through 177 countries logging 549k miles over 26 years. Wanderlust in its purest form. Check out the entire story, it's so fantastic: Gunther, Christine and Otto: How a man met a woman and they set off on an epic journey across six continents in one amazing unbreakable car.
[Thank you Abigail!]