Generator mounted and Bus Body ready for Insulation!

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!

Rounding the Corner (Almost): We start putting stuff back in!

Up until this point, our bus build has been one enormous demolition project. My daily routine has been as follows: show up to the bus, open windows, crank up the generator, put on some loud, fast crossfit-esque music on our Bluetooth speaker, break out the pry bar, grinder, sledge hammer, skill saw, etc. and DESTROY. … Continue reading Rounding the Corner (Almost): We start putting stuff back in!

The Adventure Begins: 15,000 Pounds of Steel Joins the Family

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