Last month I was interviewing a fellow tiny house enthusiast, Kelsey Max, (interview coming soon) about her global travels since we met. I thought she would like to know about a couple I have followed on the web for two years whose global pilgrimage, 2 cycle 2 gether, embodies a radically sustainable lifestyle.
Meet Sheila and Kai, two of the most committed mindful sustainable living practitioners I hope to meet. They are tiny house builders traveling the globe in the most sustainable non-impactful way – via bicycle. And they are fundraiser’s for global humanitarian projects as well as volunteers for several charitable and social justice organizations they passionately believe in.
They are an inspiration to us all.
Their message is elementary: Simplify. Connect. Redefine.
“We drastically minimized our belongings, paid off debt, built our 260 ft² off-grid home, and quit our environmentally & emotionally unsustainable jobs. In an effort to reclaim our lost connection to humanity and the natural world we left our “old normal” behind and embarked upon a bicycling pilgrimage.”
Their website is as colorful as this couple! It is a hub of information about their travels, their projects, their tiny house build and their sustainability practice discoveries!
Consider checking out their journey, becoming a sponsor or offering a campsite. I invited them for a vegan dinner and a weekend up here to see the Silver Bullet. I cannot wait to meet them! I’m hoping they’ll bicycle up from Mexico soon!