When his Marine life ended abruptly, Johnny and his wife, Shiang-ling, jumped into converting an amazing school bus into their home-on-wheels. It’s been more than two years now, and the family of six is still enjoying their mobile lifestyle.
As one of 11 kids himself, Johnny took great care to make sure each of his kids has special space for their personal belongings — from a desk with hidden storage, to their own bunks with little fans, movable lights, and under-bed clothing storage.
Shiang-ling is a budding herbalist and studying permaculture, so their bus home has all kinds of room for her tinctures, canning, and cooking. You’ll love the video tour done by Tiny Home Tours, which you can watch below! Follow the family on Instagram.
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Retired U.S. Marine Builds His Family of 6 a Bus Home
Shiang-ling keeps an amazing herb garden for her tinctures.
The kids enjoying some outdoor time on the rooftop deck.
Johnny made sure each of his kids had their own special spots in the bus.
Shiang-ling loves to cook and can, and her kitchen reflects that.
When on the road, all these plants end up in the Master bedroom!
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