John and Ina (@seawardshuttle on Instagram) bought this former nursing home shuttle bus and transformed it into a home (called the “Seaward Shuttle”) complete with surfboard and bike storage using many reclaimed materials and a lot of creativity.
They’re currently living off of their savings and enjoying traveling and surfing everywhere they go. They claim the bus feels spacious, and there’s even enough space for their beloved dog and a handful of houseplants. Make sure to watch the full video tour from Tiny Home Tours/YouTube below.
This is the story of a big family (4 kids) living tiny in a school bus conversion!
Meet the Bhive Family and their awesome skoolie conversion. Come and meet them at the Florida Tiny Living Festival! They’ve been living in their skoolie for just over a year and you can learn a little more about them below.
Have you ever wanted to RV travel full-time, even if only for summer? Or maybe for even longer than that?
If you’ve been interested in possibly buying or building your own travel trailer or custom tiny house that would allow you to easily travel the country, then Macy Miller might be able to help because she’s been doing it – with her husband, her kids, and their Great Dane!🐕
Well, Macy is super excited because this is her newest course! It’s a compilation of lessons learned from living and traveling (full time) in their 84-square-foot self-built camper. In it, you can expect information on how to find the best places to stay, how to handle utilities, and – of course – tips on how to navigate and manage your relationships, children, and pets while on the adventure. It covers all of that and more. If this is something you’re interested in, please read on to learn more or go ahead and jump over to Udemy where Macy offers the course. It’s on a special launch discount right now so it’s a great time to get it.
Even tiny living comes in all shapes and sizes! This couple has been living the “Kombi Life” in their VW Van, driving it from Brazil to Alaska.
But if two people inside this itty bitty space seem cramped, imagine with 3, 4 or 6! The couple has been picking up people as they go, offering free accommodation, which means they’ve had as many as 6 people crammed into their little van. It’s certainly basic in terms of amenities with just a two-burner stove, gravity-fed outdoor shower and some cubbies for storage, but they are making it work! Be sure to watch their video tour with Tiny Home Tours to learn about just how they manage.
This is Tomas’ Toyota Tacoma Truck Camper that he built himself.
He and his girlfriend lived in the micro space while travelling 10,000 miles around the country. They saw the Smoky Mountains, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California, Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks, Oregon, and Jackson, WY. Be sure to check out more pictures and follow their adventures on Instagram!
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