On the second one, they spend day and night renovating for 9 months only to realize that it wasn’t going to work. Instead of quitting, they did more research and ended up with the rig you see here which they absolutely love. You can follow them on Instagram @bound.for.nowhere. Learn more below.
This is the story of Denise and her school bus conversion tiny home that she built after getting diagnosed with Leukemia a few years ago. She didn’t want traditional cancer treatments, and going the non-traditional route meant insurance wasn’t going to cover her treatment here in the United States.
So she sold her house, her car, and just about everything she owned to build this school bus and be able to afford her treatments. With it, she plans to travel the country for as long as she can.
This is the story of Jake and Gianna and their young daughter Luna, and how the three of them are living and adventuring full-time in a van conversion!
This van tiny home features a loft bed for their daughter along with all of the other conveniences of home, only this one is completely mobile. Can you imagine adventuring like this during your lifetime?
This is Lindsey and Danny. Danny is a traveling nurse and usually gets placements for 3-6 months at a time. They were becoming increasingly frustrated with the fact that they were having to pay higher rent prices because they weren’t signing a year lease and were living out of boxes from place to place.
When they discovered van life, they knew it was the right fit. They built it out themselves and it is absolutely beautiful. They actually even found something called a “tool library” where they could borrow tools to complete the build so they didn’t have to purchase everything they needed. They are so much happier and are finally able to save money. Lindsey is particularly happy that she never has to look at another box again.
This is a 1994 Blue Bird School Bus Conversion for 50k that’s for sale out of Redding, California.
We have had a great time in this bus and have been to some amazing places. Its now time for another family to take it on its next journey. It has 150,000 miles on a 12v cummins 5.9L with an Allison transmission. Its a total of 38 feet with the rear deck.
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