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Family of Three Living and Traveling in their School Bus Conversion

Meet Matt and Emily, they are a couple who just turned into a family of three who live and travel out of their converted school bus.

Below you can see more of their school bus conversion along with their adventures. Please enjoy, re-share, and let’s talk about it in the comments below. Thanks!

Young Family of Three Living and Traveling in Converted Skoolie

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Images via Instagram

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Images via Instagram

Birdie is a retired school bus rebuilt on tight budgets, big dreams, simplicity and endless comfort so no matter where we roam, we’re always home

Learn more at https://www.instagram.com/alwayshomebus/

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  • kevin
    September 25, 2018, 9:27 am

    its cute, I just see why so often in van/bus conversions two people need so many places to sit, but no where to potty/shower.. just my two cents

    • James D.
      September 25, 2018, 11:29 am

      Just priorities and costs, bathrooms aren’t cheap and take up a lot of space that you generally can’t use for anything else. Along with making it harder to keep the interior clean and have to worry about moisture causing mold issues, etc. if the bathroom is not properly isolated from the rest of the space or properly waterproofed, mind how many of these are DIY’ed by people who are not professional builders…

      So most just use gyms and public restrooms for most of their bathroom needs and means they don’t have to store as much water while traveling, which saves both on space and fuel economy as well as helps make the interior more useful for full time living.

      While, as living in a vehicle means you’re living a nomadic lifestyle. People can generally just keep moving with the seasons so they can always use an outdoor shower and take advantage of nature.

      Basically, camp style showers and portable toilets can be easily stowed away and provide the functionality when needed…

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