One of the questions we were asked repeatedly at the Nashville Tiny Living Festival was… “Where do you park?” At the time, we hadn’t parked our bus many places. To be honest we had expected a lot more hassle in this area of #buslife, we have gotten a little bit, but a lot less than
1. Take your time. Everything takes longer in the bus. What will show as a 4 hour drive will really be 6-7 hours. We like to stop frequently. Sister Golden Hair needs her breaks and so do we. We will drive for a few hours (1-3) and then make a stop for a while (an
Engine, Drive line, and Suspension maintenance list and tips from our school bus conversion. T444E engine with Allison AT-545 Transmission.
In Memoriam to our 14 year old son Goering Marcellus Wilson.
A few days before finalizing our home sale we are left with a lot of questions like “where are we going?”.
Our Christmas was made extra special by the fact that we officially moved into our school bus tiny home and spent our first night at a campsite in this rolling home. We decided to stay at this park because it was relatively close and was fairly inexpensive; and it had openings when I booked the