I have learned something about myself over the last six months, I am a horrible multi-tasker. As it turns out, I'm pretty bad at working full-time, maintaining a relationship, being a dog dad, converting a school bus to a tiny home and maintaining blog. For those of you that follow my Instagram page (capt_arrington), you'll … Continue reading The worst bloggers ever
WOOF. What a month. Where do I begin? The entire world has been turned on its head and everyone is just trying to make the best of a bad situation. We are no different. Three weeks ago, I had a rather rosy new blog post almost ready to roll out: Sarah and I had just … Continue reading Big changes, a dose of humility and a whole lot of gratitude
Hi everyone! I've been taking a break from blogging these last few weeks to concentrate on getting the bus polished up, prepped for paint, going through mechanical issues, ordering parts and of course, working my full time job to pay for this whole project. "Balance" is definitely the operative word when it comes to a … Continue reading Little Advances in A Big Campaign
It's been a busy week for us; Sarah's been working full time at Winn-Dixie (her grocery store) and cheering me on while I grind, drill, cut, caulk, fiddle and generally work on the bus (and cruise Amazon for the next cool part to buy for the bus). I have also gone back to my Captain … Continue reading Generator mounted and Bus Body ready for Insulation!
My new office: the 72' gaff-rigged, traditional Schooner FREEDOM at it's home in St. Augustine, FL. As I mentioned in my last post Sarah and I recently went back to work on the bus after a two and a half week break for Christmas and New Years. What I didn't mention is that we actually … Continue reading Some Windows, a Generator Mount and a Boat
Up until this point in this blog, about all you've seen are photos of a dirty, 20-year old bus. Well, you're going to get a lot more dirty old bus pics in the coming weeks but I thought I would let you in on my vision and share our plans for what the thing is … Continue reading Making Plans: Getting into the Project
It was cool, rainy November Saturday in Rural South Georgia when we finally forked over a good part of our collective life savings, signed some paperwork and purchased a 20 year-old International 3800 School Bus. The grass along the two-lane highway was still clinging to the last of it's summer green before it adopted it's … Continue reading The Adventure Begins: 15,000 Pounds of Steel Joins the Family