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Incredible Skoolie Buit with Milled 4x4s

Nick began his nomadic life after he got a remote job and sold his dog daycare. He already owned a truck, so he purchased a cheap 50-year-old truck camper and put it on his vehicle and hit the road! After 7 months of living with that set-up, he had a good idea of what he wanted in a more permanent rig — and that’s what led to the epic shuttle bus you’ll see below!

His skoolie feels like a cozy cabin inside, and that’s largely due to the milled 4x4s he used to panel the interior. There’s a lovely variation in the wood tons which adds tons of character. He has an outdoor shower, indoor toilet, chest fridge/freezer (for ice cream) and lots of special accommodations for his blind dog, Narlie. Enjoy the tour below!

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Man & His Blind Dog Traveling in Shuttle Bus Conversion

Incredible Skoolie Buit with Milled 4x4s

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He has the coziest bed cove built into the back of the bus.

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There’s even a hidden toilet under the bench by the swivel table.

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VIDEO: Unique DIY Skoolie – His Tiny House on Wheels


  • Nick first fell in love with traveling when he took a road trip on his honeymoon with his ex-wife.
  • He owned a doggy daycare, which he ended up selling around the same time as he got a divorce.
  • His dog, Narlie, is blind, and he made all kinds of accommodations in the rig to support her!
  • He hit the road in his truck at first, but eventually decided he wanted something more!
  • The shuttle bus gave him more space, and he knew from his truck camper life what he really wanted in a rig.
  • One amazing feature is his cozy bed in the back that feels like a separate room.
  • You’ll love the milled wood that covers the ceilings and walls! It all came from “ratty” 4x4s that had gorgeous coloring on the inside one they were cut apart.

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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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