We're excited to be featured alongside other talented skoolie converters in Kimberley Mok's forthcoming book, The Modern House Bus, set to be released on August 14, 2018 by Countryman Press! The author did an excellent job covering a number of important topics related to school-bus conversions, and we're quite impressed with the skill and creativity … Continue reading We’re in a Book!
Category: Bus Life
Thoughts from the road, notes on living small, etc.
Working Remotely While Traveling Full-Time
To fund our travels, both of us worked remotely. While this kept us afloat and definitely had perks, it certainly isn't always stress free. Figuring out how to maintain a stable professional life while also navigating all of the uncertainty and stimulation associated with life on the road can be challenging and often requires persistence … Continue reading Working Remotely While Traveling Full-Time
5 Blogs about Full-Time Travel You Don’t Want to Miss
Taking the leap into full-time travel can be daunting. Just figuring out the logistics can quickly start to feel so overwhelming and intimidating that you may be tempted to throw your hands in the air and stay put. For me, one of the things that made the transition easier was to seek inspiration and insight … Continue reading 5 Blogs about Full-Time Travel You Don’t Want to Miss
The Reality of Living On a Bus: It’s Not All Glamour
It can be easy to fall into the trap of over romanticizing bus life, or any other form of full-time travel for that matter. While the general tone of our blog is positive, we don't want to give a false impression that our life is one never-ending vacation. There's a lot about living and traveling … Continue reading The Reality of Living On a Bus: It’s Not All Glamour
If you read our blog often, you've probably seen us use the phrase "boondocking" from time to time. Well, we've been asked about it often enough by friends and family that it seems some explaining is in order. What is Boondocking? As we've come to understand the term, boondocking simply refers to staying for free … Continue reading Boondocking Explained
Finding Campsites & Places to Stay
We've logged just over 11,000 miles in our bus now. It's been a heck of a ride, and one that we can't wait to continue. When we first set out on our journey, we weren't quite sure how to find campsites and places to stay in our bus. We've since found a wealth of online … Continue reading Finding Campsites & Places to Stay
So, You Want to Buy A Bus
Since we started this bus adventure we've occasionally heard from folks who are interested in doing something similar but aren't necessarily sure where to start. Converting a bus into a comfortable tiny home on wheels is a lot of fun, but be warned, it's also a LOT of work. We're not experts, but we have … Continue reading So, You Want to Buy A Bus
Traveling with Pets
Traveling with two cats and a dog is takes some extra effort to maintain their welfare on the road. Below, we'll address some of the most common questions we get: Why did you decide to take your pets? Our pets had already been a part of our lives for years when we decided to build … Continue reading Traveling with Pets
Video Tour of Our Bus
Right after we first moved onto our bus we made a video tour. We've made a few upgrades since this was originally published, but it will give you a sense of the interior.
Bus Living: Frequently Asked Questions
We get a lot of questions about the bus - both its construction and our experience living on it - and want to take time address many of the ones we hear most often. What type of bus do you have? We have a 1991 International School Bus, model 3700. She's old, but still sassy. … Continue reading Bus Living: Frequently Asked Questions