Without Bound - Perspectives on Mobile Living (Documentary)

Without Bound, a documentary featuring perspectives on mobile living from a group of fascinating folks who live fulfilling, sustainable, off-grid lives in vans, travel trailers and motorhomes...

Find out more about the people and how they do it:

Bob Wells - http://cheaprvliving.com
Randy Vining - http://mobilecodgers.blogspot.com
Josh and Meisha Manwaring - http://vagabloggers.com
Steven Ballee' - http://www.arizonaexplorations.com
Laurie Theodorou - http://www.youtube.com/user/LoveRise

Music - "Go" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/Go
Music - "Crazy Glue" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/CrazyGlue
Music - "Evolution" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/Evolution
Music - "A Kind of Distance" by Simon Wilkinson http://thebluemask.com
Music - "Rendezvous" "The Falling Snow" "Migration" "Midnight Air" "First Light" "Coup Detat" "Butterflies" "Ghost Ship" "Frozen Dreams" "Heliotrope" by Simon Wilkinson http://thebluemask.com

Michael Tubbs - http://michaeltubbs.com
Aaron Harlan - http://amarkcreative.com

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Anthony Barton
Anthony Barton16-08-2018, 01:43
Great documentary 👍😁I admire your courage to just get up and go and give it a try, and you all seem so happy, which goes to show its the good life, with no stresses and strains of modern life..I live in the UK, but I'd love to try the nomad life, I wonder if there are people in the UK that are doing the same 😁
The Ovabz
The Ovabz15-08-2018, 11:00
Fabulous documentary! So many golden nuggets, thoughts, ideas. Thanks!
Richard White
Richard White15-08-2018, 03:44
Thanks all!! U are the Best !!
Glymour14-08-2018, 10:59
What about the cost of health insurance?
Phoebe Lazaro
Phoebe Lazaro14-08-2018, 02:16
i've watched this about 6 times and it still inspires me every time i see it. Stick it to the man, Rage against the machine and any other cliches you can think of XD
Grampo Barney
Grampo Barney14-08-2018, 12:26
The government needs to stay out of how people choose to live! Period!
happy days
happy days13-08-2018, 03:42
August 12, 2018 Please try to protest and stop the rounding up and trucking away (for meat in other countries) of wild horse, donkeys and mules, on BLM land. There are thousands of people who love these wild horses. Many are the elderly, Native Americans or Indigenous. Many different animal rights groups are trying to stop this. Try to make friendly contacts with all of these groups. The more groups with different group names in different locations, all over the world, the less chance for the opposition to wipe us out. You might try to do short, five minute videos on what vegetables are safe to eat raw (sweet corn is delicious raw) and how to quickly prepare each and every 'veg' or vegetable, fruit sold all over the world. For example, 'Berkeley Bowl' in Berkeley, California has dozens of 'new' veg that Americans don't see in the regular store. Be careful not to eat anything new 'raw' or at all, if you don't get it from a certified expert. For example: don't 'test' wild mushrooms. Please consider doing many videos for parents, especially divorced men. They can save thousands of dollars every year by listening to their child read free library books out loud, from cover to cover. Millions of kids would love to be heard reading out loud, their favorite books, from cover to cover, and to show their parents how their artwork is inspired by what they have read or seen in kids books or movies. Today kcbs am740 radio in San Francisco reported that a father murdered three of his children before killing himself, near Clearlake, California. Every day, somewhere around the world, something similar happens. I feel it because of the way my father talked on divorce visits 1974,5, with my younger brother (he told my mother and I overheard her telling an aquaintance at the kitchen table). He was a pediatrician and allergist/immunology/Harvard grad, so it can happen to any man. I told a counselor at my elementary school so that is probably why my parents refused to answer my 'hi' when I saw them walking together (the first and last time) on my bicycle ride home from school, near that time period. Anyway: every adult might help in 'small' ways to prevent this, when kids are involved. I think that he probably got some extra help with his peers: he studied and passed the boards in immunology 'because that makes more money (than pediatrics).' The best way to help these days with computers and robots ending jobs every year (for example, most parking garages employed at least one man as a cashier, now that job has been replaced with a machine), is to offer financial rewards to adults who get a tubal ligation or vasectomy. There needs to be daily videos on You Tube by both men and woman who are glad they got the procedure done (and to say, type out the name of the doctor, and the city where the hospital or clinic is located (if the doctor is okay with this, otherwise, just say the state, county, or city) adjust the video to your comfort level. For example, you could ad privacy with a rice paper shoji screen and wear a hat. Type out exactly what you have to say, and have someone else read it for you. The main thing is to say what advice you would give yourself the day before you went to have it done. Most say it takes about three days of sitting as much as possible afterwards to get over the soreness. And most say (after any surgery) to avoid lifting anything too heavy for about three weeks afterwards. Ideally, all employers should allow a two week vacation after this surgery. All vegan, vegetarian companies should try to reward patients afterwards with home delivery of at least one free meal, especially if they have kids. Most parents probably procrastinate on getting this done because their local hospital is owned and operated by a church that refuses to do a vasectomy or tubal ligation. The #metoomovement needs to own and operate clinics in every zip code to get this done free for every adult who requests the procedure. These clinics should be located near arts communities in every big city, similar to the 'ghost ship warehouse' fire disaster in Oakland, California. There were hard drugs being used in that warehouse while children lived there, neglected. If the parents had been offered enough of a financial reward AFTER getting tubal ligation and vasectomy, they both probably would have gotten it done. It was just LUCK, that their children were not in the warehouse when it burnt down. Each unique individual is motivated by different rewards. Philanthropists should try to offer a wide variety of rewards to motivate EVERY adult to get a TL or vasectomy by age forty. (For example: two weeks free at a Las Vegas motel/hotel with free food service AFTER the procedure; Las Vegas show tickets, free with free food and drinks; Las Vegas boxing shows, strip shows, etc., because those audiences are probably not the best parents, many want to hit their kids or turn their daughters into strippers or 'madams.' Free music and sports tickets; free race car competition tickets, etc. Free tattoos. Free body piercings. Free RV!!! By age forty, most people have too many toxins and radiation harming their DNA and are at higher risk of having children with birth defects, etc. All of this may help out people in the without bound community be able to do what they want, when they want without having to change a diaper, wake up from a deep sleep to a screaming baby that needs to be rushed to an ER, etc. This is especially important for people who love high risk sports that are expensive, like rock climbing, skiing, scuba diving, yachting, etc. Back about 1982 I spoke with a peer who sailed around the world with her parents as a child. She hated it because it was so boring and she missed being around her age group, on the playground. My parents probably would have been happier adults if they had not had children. At least, they should have stopped after the first one. Every man should consider: your wife might be pregnant by another man. I think my mother's first baby was by another man, and that is why she married my father after knowing him only two weeks, about 1950. Many men would go into a violent rage and abandon the woman. I knew (grapevine) a friend of a friend at Palo Alto High School, her father abandoned her for a second wife, new kids. Her boyfriend punched her stomach after finding out she was pregnant. Her father was one of the richest men in America, or from one of those Fortune 500 companies/family names, that is on almost every kitchen shelf. So this kind of violence about an unwanted pregnancy crosses all income levels and zip codes. She had a miscarriage after he punched her stomach. If he had gotten a vasectomy when he turned 16 (the sooner the better with violent males) this would not have happened. If they are allowed to drive a car, they should be allowed to get a vasectomy or tubal ligation. Please watch the YT video by Good Morning Britain interviewing the 26 year old woman who had to sue the NHS National Health Service (USA needs a NHS!!!) to cover her TL. She is extremely articulate in this video and probably speaks for millions of women around the world. GMB also has another excellent interview who benefited from the NHS after she caught Malaria in Brazil, covering the Olympics Opening Ceremony, as a sports reporter. She went into a coma and almost died. Without the U.K.'s NHS, she would probably be dead. Those two GMB interviews are the best possible advertisement for voters in the USA (especially women) to vote for a NHS in America!!! We need to overcome the opposition's motto: 'health care for all is health care for nobody.' When it is funded correctly as a more fair percentage of the national budget, it can do it right. August 12, 2018
Laura C
Laura C12-08-2018, 09:40
I've been talking about living on federal forests and helm land and one guy keeps saying he loves getting back home. I know what he's about he doesn't know what I'm about.
Brian McNeil
Brian McNeil12-08-2018, 01:33
jamjam73110-08-2018, 03:13
This is truly inspiring. There's something innate within us that calls for this exploration and freedom, but most don't answer that call because we are tied down to house payments, car payments, job responsibilities, insurance, etc. I would love to do this! My biggest drawback is my family needs me here to pay their bills and take care of them, and I would look really silly pulling a horse trailer around the country camping in parking lots with 4 horses! I don't think that would go over well, and riding really makes me happy so I'm not willing to give that up! Plus I have dogs and ducks, too. Too many responsibilities right now...but maybe someday!