Seven years ago, Matt was given 3 years to live with a terminal brain cancer diagnosis. He and his wife Christi started to take a hard look at their lifestyle and made the decision to live nomadically with their 6 children. Due to Matt’s treatment and declining health at the time, it took more than four years after buying the bus to have it completed enough to move into it.
Now they’ve been on the road for 9 months — and Matt is still living despite the diagnosis — and they’re so happy about spending this quality time together. They don’t have plans to quit anytime soon! Watch their inspiring tour below.
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They Even Have a 3D Printer in Their Family Skoolie!
The countertops are old IKEA tabletops.
They’ve been on the road now for more than 9 months.
VIDEO: Terminal Diagnosis – Family Adventures in DIY Skoolie
- Matt and Christi, despite a terminal diagnosis, decided to live nomadically with their 6 children in a bus.
- It took more than four years to complete the bus due to Matt’s treatment and health challenges.
- They have been on the road for 9 months and are grateful for the quality time spent together.
- The bus features old IKEA tabletops used as countertops and even includes a 3D printer.
- Despite the initial prognosis, Matt is still thriving, and they have no plans to stop their adventures.
- Watch their inspiring tour on Tiny Home Tours’ YouTube channel and follow them on Instagram for more updates.
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