Ever wanted to convert a school bus into an off-grid cabin?
When Max was a little kid he grew up across the street in a log cabin.
Today he has two homes. The first is in the city in a tiny apartment.
And his other home is this school bus converted into an off-grid tiny cabin.
He goes there on the weekends to see his mom and to enjoy nature.
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour below:
Kitchenette in the Bus
Yes it has running water. Everything works!
Interior of School Bus to Tiny Cabin Conversion
Exterior of the Bus Cabin
And yes, that’s a propane water heater for the outdoor shower which you can see in the video below.
Tiny Solar Panel System
The only thing that’s really missing to complete it as a home is a bathroom.
But if you were there you can choose to go in nature, build an outhouse nearby or go visit mom!
Watch the Video Tour & Interview
Max also helps out his mom with duties around the house and the homestead while he’s there on the weekends so it turns out to be a perfect exchange. And with the bus on the property, he has his own space and so does she.
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