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Their Bus Conversion Life & Business

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When Racey and Zack met, they discovered that each of them was interested in an alternative lifestyle. After Racey finished her big hike, the couple decided on a bus build! And after converting their own rig, they accidentally fell into converting/fixing up vans and buses for others as a business.

Because Zack used to be a chef, he wanted a proper kitchen in their short bus. They also chose a fixed bed and a convertible couch/dinette space. They’re traveling with their dog and helping folks along the way! What do you think?

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Couple’s Short Bus Life with Their Pup

Bus Life as Bus Builders in DIY Rig

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There’s a cool mountainscape over the bed!

Bus Life as Bus Builders in DIY Rig 2

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The exterior is a simple white.

Bus Life as Bus Builders in DIY Rig 3

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  • Racey and Zack’s shared interest in alternative lifestyles leads them to convert a bus into a living space.
  • The couple expands their passion into a business, converting and fixing up vans and buses for others.
  • Zack’s chef background influenced the design, resulting in a proper kitchen within the bus.
  • Their bus includes other features like a fixed bed, convertible couch/dinette space, and a cool mountainscape over the bed.
  • The couple travels with their dog and helps others along the way.
  • The exterior of the bus is kept simple and white.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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