This corner is one of Destoni’s favorite spaces in the bus. We decided to keep an entire 7 foot counter space on one side of the kitchen space, meaning we cut in the sink and stove on the other side. This allows us to use the counter space for other things like prepping food, desk
Our experiences so far have ranged from monumental masterpieces to mental meltdowns. We’ve ridden some pretty awesome highs and nearly drown in some damn deep lows. BUT… I’ll throw a “but” in there… in all of this madness we have managed to maintain and continue on even if it is at a truly sloth’s pace.
Our house is up for sale and we are moving into our bus today. We have many things left to do to make this Tiny Home On Wheels complete in our eyes, but we are ready to jump in and move out of our traditional house. As happy as that makes us we wanted to take a moment to talk about a serious issue that we want to address. Homelessness
When we bought our bus back in December 2017 we knew we would be changing a tire sooner rather than later. 11 months later and halfway through this conversion we are at that point. We found out that changing a tire on the bus is quite the experience, and can be quite expensive. I called
“We have built our own tiny home once and we are well on our way of completing the Skoolie Tiny Home of our dreams.” In our 20 or so years together Destoni and I have lived in some small spaces, from a studio apartment to a self built tiny house in an old portable
We are from Florida, 10 months out of the year it is hot and humid and the other 2 months it is hot and not as humid. Along with dodging hurricanes and everyday showers, snakes and alligators, and trying to not get killed by the notorious “Florida Man” (Google that and see the insanity that