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Couple Traveling in School Bus Conversion Tiny House


This is the VicariBUS skoolie. Meet Heather and Nick and their awesome doggie named Miles. They’re a couple with a dog who are traveling in their custom-built skoolie! Have you ever wanted to travel cross country in your own school bus conversion? That’s what they’re doing. And we think it’s awesome! Where do you think you would end up for a while if you have your own school bus conversion kind of like this?

We are three people – one of whom happens to technically be a dog – who have decided to get rid of all of our stuff, put working on hold (mostly), and to get out and live a little.

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Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

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Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

Couple Convert School Bus into their Tiny Home on Wheels – VicariBUS Skoolie

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • Avatar kim c January 5, 2019, 12:18 pm

    This is super nice. If it had better gas mileage, I would have one like this. Beautiful!

  • Avatar D. Pedersen January 5, 2019, 4:27 pm

    Nice. Love the cute dog too 👍😜

  • Avatar Diane January 5, 2019, 10:47 pm

    This is really good use of space. Comfortable and concise. I like it that you did not try to raise the roof as it really is not needed. It is perfect the way it is.

  • Avatar Paul Larsen January 6, 2019, 12:03 pm

    Excellent Job with the bus! Looks really nice and well planned. Is the bus propane powered? I know lots of school buses are. Propane is cheaper than gas ( usually ) even if on gas, the miliage would be comparable to the traditional RV.

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