Karen and Chris worked hard and raised six children together, but for their retirement, they’ve hit the road in a self-converted skoolie to see more of the country! While they miss their kids, it’s been so fun to travel around together.
Their conversion is beautiful, and it’s fun to see a skoolie with no roof raise, just to give you an idea of what you can still do in a space with lower ceilings. They included everything to make themselves comfortable — even a soaking tub! You’ll love the tour below.
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Their Cozy & Comfortable Skoolie (No Roof Raise)
They have beautiful live-edge countertops.
The left couch pulls out into a guest bed.
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How great that this couple are enjoying their retirement in this way — so many adventures!
The bus is very pretty — love all the wood touches and coziness. Very inspiring !!!
Love your relaxed energy. Your bus looks cozy and comfy. Love your dog’s inquisitive looks. You seem to have really considered your needs and styles. When you say you work at a campground what do you mean? Looking for a backup job to help with bills. Thanks!