About Lyndsay Stradtner

Lyndsay Stradtner and I am a natural light photographer with 14 years experience. While home is Austin, Texas, my family and I are currently traveling the US in an RV full time. Yes, we sold our 2,400 square foot home for a 400 square foot RV and couldn’t be happier about it! While our initial goal was to travel full time for one year, that quickly turned in to (at least) 3 years. I am married to a really great guy named Jason. With 5 kids (Ty, Taryn, Jude, Jonah and Zachary) and 2 dogs (Maggie and Pepper), our lives are filled with laughter and chaos, and I wouldn’t have it any other way! Be sure to check us out on Etsy, Instagram and YouTube.

for this year

2023-09-26T13:32:33-05:00September 26th, 2023|365 Project - 2023, 365 Projects, RV Life|

You’d think after almost 6 years of full time travel that our bucket list would be getting smaller. Nope, the opposite is true, it just keeps growing! I love that! A big thing on my bucket list still to this day is photographing a huge sunflower field. I always seem to miss them by a week or two when we happenstance across one. This big one across from our site will have to do for this year.

Project 365: 46/365

our favorite little beach

2023-09-24T21:39:29-05:00September 24th, 2023|365 Project - 2023, 365 Projects, Jonah, My Family, National Parks, RV Life, Zachary|

Our last day on the Cape and we hit our favorite little beach. We first fell in love with Cape Cod in 2019 and we just keep coming back. We’ve spent a total of 3 months here since 2019! It’s the wood shingle houses, the hydrangeas, a slower pace, the beaches and views. Nostalgia of a simpler time lives here. If you’ve never been to Cape Cod, add it to your bucket list!

Project 365: 42/365

this is temporary

2023-09-24T21:33:23-05:00September 24th, 2023|365 Project - 2023, 365 Projects, My Family, RV Life, Taryn|

One of the hardest parts of my injury is not being able to drive and how incredibly disruptive that is to our lives. It takes a lot of running, errands and shopping to keep our large family fed and functioning. Jason’s east coast work schedule has been hard on us too. That means at least once a week we have a super late night of driving a few hours round trip to get everyone a chiropractic adjustment, hit a Costco and pickup grocery orders. We all miss the days I was able to handle these things on my own with a few kids […]

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