Nova Scotia's rugged landscape attracts many visitors during the fall, and some even bring their own accommodations.
Tyson Breland and his partner Alicia Simms sold their house and purchased an Airstream trailer which they now live in full time.
They say they pay close attention to the forecast, especially when special weather statements are issued by Environment Canada and Climate Change, so they can drive away from any incoming storm.
“Whether it’s a forest fire or a hurricane in the forecast, the beauty of living in an Airstream is you can simply drive in the opposite direction,” Simms tells The Weather Network.
Alicia Simms and Tyson Breland have been living in their Airstream full time for five months. (Photo: Nathan Coleman/The Weather Network)
Despite the extreme weather seen across the province in recent years, they have remained in Nova Scotia.
The video that leads this article shows how they survived Hurricane Fiona last summer and the advantages of living in an Airstream.
You can follow their adventures more closely on a show called "Trailer Travels" which airs on Eastlink Community TV.