I love Matt & Casandra’s story because it just goes to show you how addicting the tiny lifestyle can be. The couple took on this shuttle bus conversion project as a project to keep them busy during the lockdown. Matt specifically said they would never live in it full-time or sell their home: It was just for vacations.
But after about a month into their first adventure, Matt changed his mind. Both of them (@runaway.ladymay/Instagram) have jobs they can do remotely, so besides building out the skoolie and downsizing, it was an easy transition into the bus.
Now their home is on the market and they are ready for full-time adventuring. How fun! Tiny Home Tours sent us their amazing interview & tour with the couple which you can watch below.
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A large functional kitchen was key for Matt, who loves cooking.
Their couch becomes a guest bed, and has storage underneath.
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looks like a well planned get away, especially if they are able to tow a vehicle – leaving the animals inside while driving the towed vehicle could be problematic though I imagine – my only “nope” is the toilet being stored in what seems like a hard to access place – glad they get to do this adventurous life style
Absolutely marvelous! I love the tool chest kitchen storage, and the desk up front with the original bus seat. A very pretty home! Safe travels. . .