“There was nowhere to go but everywhere…” – Jack Kerouac
I’m not sure that anyone has ever devised a plan for their future that unfolded as they thought it would.
Mike and I have been full-time living in the bus for a little over a month and there’s been a serious learning curve as we’ve adjusted to living in such a small space. So, I thought I’d address some of the things we’ve learned along the way. 1) I REALLY care…
Here is our second tour of the bus! We still have a lot of work to do and it shows, but at this point that we are now fulltiming in the bus, this seemed like a good time to show off our hard work.
If you missed the previous tour (mid-conversion) click here for The State of the Bus Part 1
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We do plan on uploading more videos showing the conversion process, upcoming projects, roadtripping, and general skoolie stuff.
After we walked Carlsbad Caverns we picked Finn up from the kennels and headed out to Roswell. The idea was that we’d make it there in the early afternoon (it’s only about 1.5-2 hours away) and have plenty of time to find a place to park, eat dinner, and see…
This past January Mike and I decided to take an impromptu road trip to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls from Florida over my 3 day weekend. And we decided to take along our still new-to-the-family pup Finn (we adopted him from a local animal shelter in October, 2015). We…
We have 1 dog, an almost 2 year old terrier mutt, named Finn. While we were building the bus he presented a challenge, a lovable challenge but a challenge none the less, in a few different ways-1. space is very limited and he needs a crate (he was crate trained…
So you may be asking “Why a home on wheels?” and we did too, for a long time. Along the way we considered buying a boat and living on the water (still a dream but one slightly less feasible at the moment) and buying a RV/Bus. It does seem a…