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
We have needed to replace the windshield and rubber gasket on the bus since we bought it. We put it off for a long time for a few reasons. First, we had to wait for the rubber gasket to be remanufactured. Luke at US Coach was able to find a
We are so, so close to sharing what we are starting on the inside of the bus. Before we were able to finally get started in there, we had two last projects outside we had to wrap up. Windows! This week we are talking about side windows; next week we
When we first bought the bus, we noticed that several of the rubber hinges on the bay doors were cracked and needed to be replaced. It was one of those projects that just wasn’t high on our priority list, however. We knew we would do it at some point
We are so close to heading inside the bus and starting insulation, walls, beds, kitchen, etc. First, however, we have just a couple more projects that have to come before walls go up. The first project on that list is cameras.
At 35 feet long plus a tow car, we
After prepping the strut with the L-brackets and building our own scaffolding, the day had finally come to start installing the solar rack. Or so we thought.
We had picked up our bus from storage just like any other Friday morning. I was following behind the bus in our car,