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His School Bus Conversion has a Rooftop Fire-pit!

Brian self-converted his “Wazabus” (was-a-bus) and it accidentally became his full-time job! Others were so impressed they started asking him to work on their rigs, and he was able to quit his old job and do this while traveling around the country. He even has a dedicated “tool shed” on the back of the bus with everything he could need to complete a conversion.

Besides that, he created the coolest rooftop deck with built-in bench seating and a propane fire pit! Inside the bus, live edge countertops steal the show, especially with the resin river Brian put in the middle. He has a dedicated office space, a comfortable couch, and even a bathroom. What do you think is the coolest part?

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Full-Time Travel & Building Skoolies from His Own Bus Conversion

The rooftop deck really does have a fireplace.

And you can access the roof from inside, like this.

You can see the beautiful live-edge counters and tongue-in-groove pine ceiling.

He chose a large, deep sink to make it easy to wash dishes.

VIDEO TOUR of this Skoolie


  • Cost about $59,000 total (including his own labor)
  • 28 ft school bus
  • Shower & toilet
  • Live-edge countertops with resin “river”
  • Dedicated workspace
  • Huge rooftop deck with propane fire pit
  • Giant “tool box” closet on the outside

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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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