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Jon Paul and Lindsay are the proud owners of a 2004 Thomas bus that they lovingly converted into a light & airy skoolie for themselves and their two kids.

They have front benches in the living room, a split kitchen, bunks for the kids, and a cozy back bedroom for themselves. Enjoy reading their story in their own words below!

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Family of Four’s Light & Airy Bus Conversion

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Tim and Meg wanted to get out of the rut of office work and apartment life, so they converted a 1995 Thomas Vista into their cozy home on wheels.

The shorter bus still houses everything they need, like a kitchen (with an oven!), a mini wood-burning stove, and a snug back bedroom. They tell their bus life story below!

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Software Designer & Entrepreneur Cozy Bus Conversion

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Luz started her tiny living journey by building out the back of her Subaru Forester. After about 8 months on the road, she upgraded to her awesome A-Liner camper, which she lives in full-time (without running water!). She has some solar-powered battery banks to charge her devices and uses solar lights indoors.

During her life on the road, she co-founded Latinx Hikers, a community for Latinx travelers, nomads, and outdoor enthusiasts. She doesn’t sugar-coat how scary it was at the beginning to travel alone as a woman of color, but some two years into the adventure, she has finally found her stride. Enjoy her interview below!

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Pulling Her Home w/ a Subaru Forester

Solo Travel in Her A-Frame Camper 3

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Tenaj and Tino were world travelers, always going to new places and enjoying exploration. But when the world shut down, Tenaj was finally able to convince Tino to get a Sprinter van and convert it into their full-time home!

Their beautiful build-out includes dark cabinets, textured walls, and bold bursts of colors. There are two swivel chairs, a flip-up extra countertop, and a couch that transforms into a tiny table and chairs. Oh, and there’s a bathroom. Enjoy the tour!

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Their Super Stylish Van Conversion with Bathroom

World Travelers Choose Sprinter Van Life 2

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This 1970 Avion Ultra Travel Trailer is for sale in Pennsylvania.

It seems to be in good condition and includes a wood stove, propane heater, and a working 8-track player. The asking price is $12,000. What do you think?

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This 1970 Avion Ultra Travel Trailer Is a Must-See for Vintage Lovers

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Jerome and Meli have spent years traveling the world together. First, they met at the Olympics in Russia, then traveled around Europe and North Africa. They came to North America for what was going to be a one-year adventure and ended up spending three years exploring Canada, the US, and now Baja!

Their DIY motorhome is from 1985, but you’d never know based on the renovated interior. There’s a giant lounge area that doubles as their dinette, a functional kitchen for all their cooking exploits, and a perfect cozy bed over the cab.

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Exploring North America in their Vintage Toyota Motorhome

World Travelers’ Renovated Motorhome 3

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This is a 1974 Silver Streak travel trailer turned into a modern tiny house on wheels — and it’s for sale.

In 2020, it was fully remodeled and modernized but it still retains its original character. It’s listed for $50,000 out of Silverton, Oregon. Learn more below!

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Remodeled 1974 Silver Streak Vintage Travel Trailer

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Calvin and Katsi purchased this tiny home to live in while Calvin was travel nursing. They bought the THOW from another owner, and painted the all-wood interior a bright white. It really opened up the space!

Plans changed, so the couple is now selling the renovated tiny home for $60,000 (they are in Tallahassee, Florida). It’s such a beautiful little house — what do you think?

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Their Remodeled Tiny House on Wheels

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Cruz and Mariah first went tiny back when Cruz was commuting long distances for his construction work. Living in an RV allowed him to have more time at “home” with Mariah since he could park close to the construction sites. But it still didn’t allow them to travel much.

That’s when they decided to sell the RV, buy a bus, and convert it into an awesome tiny home. Mariah figured out how to take her side hustle of painting portraits and make it into her full-time job! Now that they have remote work, the couple can go anywhere and see everything.

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From RV Living to Bus Traveling!

Artist Couple Traveling The Country in DIY Skoolie 4

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