I currently live in single university approved housing but plan on getting married in the middle of March. I hope to buy a married on-campus housing contract that starts very soon after I get married (or perhaps before) to avoid a limbo where I have a wife and nowhere to live. However, should it be the case that this limbo exists, we are both willing to travel/survive for some time until the contract starts (you might think of it as an extended honeymoon). We are and will be living in Utah but will get married in California.
This problem is unique because I don't plan on assuming this lifestyle for just a few days (in which we could get a hotel room for not too much) or several months or years (in which case we could live in an RV, trailer, yurt, etc.). Two months seems to be a somewhat awkward time in which to not have a home.
I would prefer to avoid hitchhiking, being obviously homeless, or other potentially dangerous/rather uncomfortable solutions. I don't plan on working until around the beginning of May, but have a budget to spend on this time period. Solutions need not include a form of work other than perhaps voluntary service.
How could we travel (or at least survive) for up to two months with a budget of around $1000 per month?