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
We are not professionals builders by any means but we have surprised ourselves with how much we have been able to accomplish on our own. One thing we have noticed though with our build is that the amount of time we think a project should take is always off. We are spending about double the
3 Totally Free Things Every Bus Converter and Van Dweller Should Have.
Downsizing our life led to a difficult and emotional decision to find our cat a new family.
Yesterday we were able to get a few things done. Inside panels off. Insulation out. All of the stickers off the windows….finally! Roof washed and prepped for elastomeric paint. Floor getting prepped for sealant and framing. Batteries charged. Productive day. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest videos and updates. Coming soon… Roof paint.
My wife and I bought a school bus to turn into a tiny home on wheels. We found the bus on Craigslist. It’s a 2000 Blue Bird International 3800 with a 7.3 liter Navistar T444E Engine and only 170,000 miles. The plan is to build this into our mobile home to be used as we