Hello friends! It’s definitely been a few weeks since our last post, but life is crazy and it turns out working full time + traveling + promotions + converting a school bus into a tiny home doesn’t make content creation very easy. But, I figured I’d hop on and pick up right where we left off in July: the roof raise.
Happy Sunday friends! We’ve been a bit absent on the internet lately but we have a few good reasons. The first (and biggest) is that Levi has been going through some work changes lately. When we moved out to Illinois to work on the bus full time, we new that my paycheck would only really be enough to cover our current bills. That meant that Levi couldn’t work on the bus all the time: he’d need a job.
This week, we’re talking about how we converted our rusty bus floor and then painted it!
Happy Sunday! We’ve FINALLY gotten started on the #Bustav project and have actually gotten a ton done. Over the past few weeks we (aka, Levi) have been working diligently to ri
Hello lovely readers! Welcome back to our blog, or welcome in general if you’re just finding us now. We’ve been pretty absent for the past few months, but I promise we’ve had a good reason. We’ve been moving across the country.
Even though we haven’t even started on our bus yet, I want to list off some of the places that are on our skoolie bucket list: a handful of places we want to travel to and explore as much of as possible.
Hello world! If you’re new here—which you probably are since we just started this blog—I’m Rachel. My husband (Levi) and I recently bought a school bus and are planning on turning it into a tiny home. Here’s why.