This is a 1969 International short school bus that was converted into the Old School B&B in British Columbia, Canada. It’s built with materials that were salvaged locally and it’s decorated with fun thrifted vintage items to bring us back to the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s.
The bus has a roof built above it to protect it from the weather and to cover the outdoor bathroom/outhouse as well as the porch area.
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This School Bus Tiny House Has a Roof Built Over It!
Shane is retired Air Force, and he and his wife, Patty are enjoying full-time RV life in a campground where they work for the campground in exchange for their camping spot.
That is an awesome way for them to save tons on their living expenses! Now that they are empty-nesters, they were able to downsize and get rid of most of their stuff so they can live a simpler life. And even though they’re stationary for now, they do plan to travel once their son graduates from college.
We had the opportunity to interview the couple about their choice to live tiny and downsize, so be sure to read that Q&A at the end of the photo tour. Check out how amazing their renovation is!
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