Docked Media Team


We are a family unit and agreed to this crazy adventure together.
The little ones look up to us as leaders and are physically present almost every minute we work.
Sometimes they are included in our design team.
The kiddos help test courses and are learning one or two computer programming languages.

Developers

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Dana

Owner


eLearning Developer

Graphic Designer / Photographer

Learning Evangelist



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Chris

The Hired Help


Drone / 360 Videographer

eLearning Developer

Learning Evangelist


Our Road Tools

Docked Home

We call her Noah’s Ark #2.
She is 45′ of love and an upgrade to our previous bumper pull camper named Noah’s Ark. The first Noah’s Ark was named by my father in law, and years later we are still stuck with that name. We picked a camper specifically setup to give each person individual space for learning and working. The camper has a 12′ toy box, sleeping loft, and two patios.
Our entire life in a box!

Work/School Supplies

Many images and course interactions have been edited/developed from that very couch. In the loft is where all text books and art supplies are stored. There are two patios to spread out and several TV’s that function as a second monitor. Plus a few Bluetooth speakers, snacks, and Soda Stream beverages to enhance the learning/working environment.

Fun Toys

It’s not all work!
We’re big believers in balancing work and play. The toy box contains our favorite hobbies! Bicycles, compound bows, stand-up paddle boards, RC cars, scooters, and a huge bag full of every type of ball imaginable. On rainy days or after the sun goes down, the kids are allowed to play on their XBox.

WiFi

One of our biggest expenses every month! We have an unlimited WiFi plan with a booster as well as a large data plan on our phones. We have a regular household network in the camper with a printer and Airport to backup all data.

Parked Home

We call her Noah’s Ark #2.
She is 45′ of love and an upgrade to our previous extra long bumper pull camper named Noah’s Ark. The first Noah’s Ark was named by my father in law, and years later we are still stuck with that name. We picked a camper specifically setup to give each person space for learning and working. The camper has a 12′ toy box, sleeping loft, and two patios. The other added bonus is each person has extra storage for clothes and personal keepsakes as we do not have a storage unit.
Our entire life in a box!

Work Supplies

Many images and course interactions have been edited/developed from that very couch. In the loft is where all text books and art supplies are stored. There are two patios to spread out and several TV’s that function as a second monitor. Plus a few Bluetooth speakers, snacks, and Soda Stream beverages to enhance the learning/working environment.

Fun Toys

It’s not all work!

We’re big believers in balancing work and play. The toy box contains our favorite hobbies! Bicycles, compound bows, stand-up paddle boards, RC cars, scooters, and a huge bag full of every type of ball imaginable. On rainy days or after the sun goes down, the kids are allowed to play on their XBox.

WiFi

One of our biggest expenses every month! We have an unlimited WiFi plan with a booster as well as a large data plan on our phones. We have a regular household network in the camper with a printer and Airport to backup all data.