Over the summer we bought and installed the Scan Gauge D by Linear Logic. Now that we’ve driven over 2,000 miles with it we feel we can give it a review and recommendation. In our travels before the Scan Gauge D we had our share of breakdowns and failing parts. We also had a few
Building a home inside a bus takes a lot. We kept a list of things we used to convert our bus and what we use to live off grid and on the road. Below we provided links to the things we used that can be found on Amazon. Using these affiliate links doesn’t add any
Tires for a school bus conversion is a big decision. Here’s a few words to help you make the right choice.
A list of components we used to power our tiny home on wheels.
What do you call a group of bus dwelling nomadic hippies partying in the desert? They call it Skooliepalooza.
Here’s a list of the top places online to look for a school bus to convert into your own rolling home or your next Airbnb project. Along with these, using local tools such as Craigslist and even eBay can and are very useful. Govdeals.com Publicsurplus.com Midwesttransit.com Nwbus.com Buscrazy.net Centralstatesbus.com Busesforsale.com Wesellschoolbuses.com Goharlows.com Buslifeadventure.com If you
Just 4 months after the “limited airstrike with no boots on the ground” attack on Pearl Harbor over 100,000 people (more than two thirds were American citizens and half of them were children) would be incarcerated and shipped to concentration camps all over the US, solely on the basis of their ethnicity. Sad to say
You know how when people see a celebrity all rational sensibilities go out the window? They try to forcibly meet this person. It can get weird. People act the same when they see a school bus conversion in the parking lot, while driving, in the middle of nowhere, pretty much anywhere. We thought it’d be
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.
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.
There are a lot of reasons people are choosing to downsize their lives and live tiny. We have multiple reasons. One of our tops reasons is the ability to get rid of the massive amount of debt we currently carry and to learn from the mistakes of our past with credit consumerism. According to the
This isn’t a story about how our life fell apart the moment we bought our bus, so sorry about the clickbaity title. This is actually a self-realization story about how our life has changed since we took on the challenge of converting our bus, downsizing our possessions and are searching for new life experiences. We’re
3 Totally Free Things Every Bus Converter and Van Dweller Should Have.