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2002 E-450 Shuttle bus Cozy Boho Conversion 3

After a shorter excursion in their 4Runner, Miles and Sinclaire decided they wanted to hit the road full-time. They got remote jobs and saved a portion of each paycheck so they could complete their build in a year — and believe it or not, they finished two months early!

Their 2002 E-450 Shuttle Bus included handicap access, which they left in place so they could open the doors and enjoy the view from their queen-sized bed. They also managed to fit in a tile-and-cedar shower stall, cassette toilet, a three-burner stove/oven, and a mini-split A/C (run via generator) for all the comforts of home. Enjoy the video tour below!

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Shower, Toilet & AC in Their Cabin-Style Short Bus

2002 E-450 Shuttle bus Cozy Boho Conversion 3

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3000 sq ft home into a 57 sq ft winnebago. 2

Not everyone chooses to go tiny forever — and that’s okay! Sometimes downsizing for a season is just what you need to check things off your bucket list, just like Kelly & David. They both had normal jobs in Portland and lived in a 3,000 square foot home.

They chose to take a 15-month sabbatical from work and purchased a Winnebago van so they could spend all their time traveling rather than building a DIY van. While the video tour was shot before their final three months of travel, in “real-time” they just finished up their U.S. & Canada tour and are headed back to “normal life.” Find out how long that lasts by following them on Instagram.

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Their 15-Month Vanlife Adventure

3000 sq ft home into a 57 sq ft winnebago. 2

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He Used an ATV Winch To Create an Epic Murphy Bed in His Cargo Trailer Camper 2

Jim is a professional carpenter who is taking his skills to the road in his DIY cargo trailer camper he now calls home. After selling his big house of 25 years, Jim spent two months working and living in his cargo trailer, making it into a stealthy rig with room for all of his wood-working tools!

He used five different types of wood in the build, including some veneer he’d been saving for the right project for about 15 years. During the past year, he’s kept asking himself why on earth he didn’t make the move to nomadic, tiny living sooner! Check out the Tiny Home Tours interview below.

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Carpenter’s Stealthy Cargo Trailer Tiny Home

He Used an ATV Winch To Create an Epic Murphy Bed in His Cargo Trailer Camper 2

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From Soul-Sucking Job to Full-Time Musician Buslife 2

“Why pay someone else to do something when you could learn to do it yourself and have that skill forever?” Tyler of the Broken Compass Bus heard that quote from a #buslifer when he and his wife, Raela, first began their bus build-out, and he took it to heart. From electrical to plumbing to woodworking, he learned everything he could from YouTube to create their amazing home.

Tyler is also a traveling musician, which between Raela’s travel agent work, pays their on-the-road bills. It’s a huge upgrade from the time that he worked 6 days a week, just waiting for one day to enjoy himself before going back to the grind. Enjoy their bus tour below!

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The Broken Compass Bus Hits the Road

From Soul-Sucking Job to Full-Time Musician Buslife 2

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Leaf Treehouse at HoneyTree Farm 10

This Leaf Treehouse looks like the ultimate couple’s retreat: A soaking tub with tree views; a cozy reading nook overlooking the forest; and a luxurious king-sized bed!

The 300 square foot structure looks impeccably-crafted from only the best materials. There’s live-edge and a basin sink in the bathroom and stunning bottom cabinets in the little kitchenette. You can enjoy dinner under the tree house on a spacious deck. Check it out below!

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Bright Treetop Vacation in Texas

Leaf Treehouse at HoneyTree Farm 11

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Tiny Cabin Wanderer 4

Michael decided to sell his big house in Tennessee and use the equity to buy his very own tiny house to take with him on his US travels. He found this awesome 18 foot Firefly from Little Homes of Texas and prettied it up with an awning, shutters, fold-up deck and more.

His home has a downstairs bedroom, compact bed and galley kitchen. It only weighs 3,800, meaning he can take it just about anywhere he’s wanted to travel since he hit the road in July! Read his story after the photo tour below.

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He Travels the U.S. with his THOW!

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