In our travels through Pennsylvania, we stopped by this awesome site. Concrete City was built as company housing in 1911 for coal mine employees in Pennsylvania, and was abandoned in 1924. Due to how freaking tough it was built, the owners did not want to demolish it, and so it stands to this day.
This time we were out for about three weeks before we decided to head back to Virginia and take a trip with my parents. This trip was all about working, and less about playing. It was our test run – can we really work on the road and be successful as planned. The result? Awesomeness.
With our E350 as ready as it could be, we were ready to start out on our first van camping adventure. If you’re interested in what we learned we should set up better next time, that will be a different post.