Building this bus into an RV has been a long project...a very long project. The one good thing about that is that there has been plenty of time to soak up as much knowledge from other RVers and renovators as possible. One of the common issues we have noticed
The project for this week may very well turn out to be my favorite functional part of the bus! With six people living, working, and homeschooling full-time in the bus, we knew we needed to make a space for all the devices. Laptops, iPad, tablets, a few phones, not to
Well...we don’t have too much good to share this week. Mostly a bunch of mistakes that we call “lessons learned”. We try to research and research and plan and plan, but sometimes we just screw it up.
The project for the week was to build face frames for
Although the demo process of the previous conversion was long, arduous, and mostly gross, the fact that we bought a bus that was already converted did give us one big advantage. We were able to really get a feel for what would work and what wouldn’t work for our
A year and a half ago, we still were figuring out the complete scope of this renovation. We originally thought that we would leave the original bus ceiling with its insulation and simply clad over the top of that as the previous owner had done (we had already ripped out
Climate control is one of the biggest issues in building a comfortable living space. While there is only so much you can do when you’re living in a metal tube, we are going to do what we can to maximize the comfort level inside. The most important factor in
We are so excited to finally get back to work inside the bus. This time, however, we are actually building it back up instead of tearing it all down. In today’s video, we share our plans for the interior layout. The goal is to make it as functional as