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Murph and his dog spend their days moving around with the seasons seeking good weather (nothing too extreme) in Courage the Cowardly Bus, their short bus conversion.

His bus home has a fixed bed, compact kitchenette, and even a bathroom Murph now thinks is bigger than necessary! You’ll love the photo tour and Murphy’s story, which he shares in his own words below.

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Short Bus Turned Home For Chasing Good Weather

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Libre and Stephen are long-distance hikers who wanted the freedom of a different kind of life — so they got a school bus and transformed it into their full-time home — and Libre’s tattoo parlor!

The bus has a mini rooftop deck, a back deck, and a bathroom in the back so the shower and toilet could be in the same space. A queen bed gives the couple plenty of space to share with their dog and cat co-travelers. What do you think?

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Long Distance Hikers in Their Skoolie w/ Back Deck

Tatoo Artist’s Epic Raised-Roof Rig. 3

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This awesome family was on a mission to travel from Canada to Baja, Mexico — and they made it! They have enough solar power to provide electricity to nearly three buses —  which is quite impressive.

The husband and wife have two young kids who sleep in sleek bunks painted to their tastes. They kept a very open design with no upper cabinets to maximize visual clarity. What do you think?

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From Canada to Baja in Their Converted School Bus

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Whit is a cool guy who left his normal job to start renovating tiny spaces and hosting on Airbnb. His latest project has been giving yet another life to a 1950s Manchester, UK bus. After the bus came to the US, it served as a tour bus, and then passed hands until it eventually became a diner. But once Whit got it, he transformed it into a unique Airbnb!

You walk into the kitchen and living space and there’s an added bathroom in the front of the bus near the almost-entirely-original cab. A spiral staircase takes you to the spacious upper bedroom with beautiful woodwork ceilings. What’s your favorite part of this renovation?

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70-Year-Old Bus Has Become a Stunning Vacation Home

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Aaron and Lorena wanted to leave the chilly winters of Boston and ended up down the bus life rabbit hole on Instagram dreaming of a different lifestyle. When they found an already-converted Greyhound bus for sale, they jumped at the opportunity.

They did tons of renovations on the bus to make it match their style and lifestyle, and the result is stunning! During their travels, the couple crafts all kinds of things in their dedicated creative space. They shared their awesome story below. Enjoy!

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Fighting Lupus & Loving Life in Bus Conversion

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You might remember Rachel and Adam from our interview with them back in 2020. They are an awesome couple who did their own bus renovation and travels with rescue animals — including two bunnies! Well, they contacted us with new pictures since they’ve done some updates to their bus.

This week celebrates four years that the couple has been on the road full-time. They sold their home, got rid of their mortgage, and have enjoyed seeing the country together while working remotely. Enjoy the photos and interview below.

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Four Years on the Road Full-Time

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While most people choose skoolie life so they can travel the country (or continent), JT, Berenise and their son Asher have been renovating a school bus to use as a mobile mission base. The family spent about 11 months in Mexico and Brazil working among the hurting and homeless. They wanted to continue that work, but while still having a “home base” of their own. So they built a skoolie!

“We can assist in feeding them, showering them, entertaining them with a projector on the side of the bus and more!” they wrote us. What a beautiful idea — and a beautiful bus. Check out more of their story below!

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Loving & Serving Others in Their Bus Conversion

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Colin and Ashley owned several vans and box trucks, but never finished building them out. Eventually, they landed on this 1999 Bluebird and after 2.5 years of renovations, were ready to move in with their son Zephyr. The beautiful bus has so much attention to detail!

They have a large sink for bathing their toddler, a DIY composting toilet, and a shower room with a roof raise. But one of the most special features is the crib wall! Instead of typical “bars,” the couple created a custom piece of woodwork to keep their son safe. What do you think?

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Split Bathroom, Raised Wood Stove & Big Kitchen

Parents’ & Toddlers Gorgeous Skoolie w Custom Crib Art 3

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Holly and Dustin were tired of the typical rent trap and wanted to do something different. They took the first leap of flying to Florida to buy their bus and from there got to work creating a home. With little experience, it took them redoing almost everything 3 times to get the bus to where it is today.

But all that experience is paying off! They now pay their bills by converting buses for other people, and they are on the hunt for the right acreage where they can build a workshop to renovate buses and start a homestead. Enjoy the tour of their rig below!

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Holly and Dustin Are Searching the Country for Acerage to Start a Business

Stunning Woodwork in Holly & Dustin’s Skoolie 2

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