We've been talking about bedouin workers for a while now, but a recent interview on webmonkey with two mega-bedouins simply made us smile.  After their lease ran up, Pittsburgh web designers Nathan Swartz and Olivia Meiring, along with their 7-year-old son Tristan, donated most of their stuff to Goodwill, bought an RV and hit the road for a year long road trip – maintaining freelance design gigs and home schooling their child along the way.

Webmonkey: What did you have to do at home in Pittsburgh to get ready for this trip? What happened to where you live and where’s your mail going?

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