AJ & John owned a farm in Indiana and lived there with their four children for 10 years before deciding it was time to pull up their roots and travel. They had considered bus life when AJ was pregnant with their 3rd child, but ultimately chose to wait until their kids were older before becoming nomads.
John is a carpenter and managed to convert their bus in just 3.5 months, making sure to complete the whole thing before they hit the road since they had been renovating their farmhouse for a decade! The family has plans to stay on the road for about 6 months and then convert another bus to make money and then hit the road again. Enjoy the tour!
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They Converted The Bus in Just 3.5 Months!
The entire bus is electric & they have plenty of solar to power it.
The happy family.
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Those awning supports at each end cause brain damage. I have personal experience from when we had our diesel pusher. Every single time (and I do mean every single time) I would walk under the awning I would absolutely slam my head into the support bars. Yes I did know they were there. If I would have had a sledge hammer you can bet I would have killed the supports. Dead.
How great to see how this family has provided such a wonderful experience for them all to be together & share everything. Very inventive bus — on every level! I’m impressed! Bet they have lots of fun, too!!