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Solo Mum and Son Adventure Van Life

Shoshannah and her son have been traveling around New Zealand in their bus conversion for about a year now, enjoying the chance to see the country and make all kinds of memories together!

She purchased a Mazda Parkway Bus already converted and has made it work for her family. There’s a toy corner, a little swing, a car seat up near the driver’s seat and her son has an awesome elevator bunk bed on pulleys! What do you think?

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Son Has An Elevator Bunk Bed!

The bus is such a happy home for these two.

They have a nice big fridge!

I love the bright yellow cabinets.

Their backyard can be anywhere.

A little play corner for her son.

And he has a swing!

He has an elevator bunk bed! So cool.

Helping mum cook.

Time to go!

Q&A with Shoshannah:

What sort of tiny house is it?
Mazda parkway bus

How long have you lived in it?
One year

How did you build it? How long did it take?
I bought it already built and renovated it to suit my needs

Why did you build it? What inspired you to build or buy it?
I wanted to live in a bus and be able to travel!

What has been the biggest challenge going tiny?
Lack of unlimited running water

What has been the biggest benefit of going tiny?
Saving money!

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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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