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Two People, Two Dogs And A Separate Craft Beer Fridge: Bus Life Dreams


Ethan and Kim are the proud owners of this fantastic bus conversion, complete with a separate fridge just for their craft beer selection. Priorities. 🙂

The couple have two Great Danes and have a hard time finding apartments that will allow their large fur babies, so getting a bus allowed the couple a permanent home — and a way to travel — while keeping their dogs with them.

Because they spent more than a year on the build, they were able to scour Craigslist and Marketplace for nearly everything in their bus, which kept the cost for this gorgeous conversion at just $20,000! And this looks like a $100,000 bus. Tiny Home Tours did a great interview which you can watch below.

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They Only Spent $20K On This Amazing Bus Conversion!

Two Humans, Two Dogs & a Separate Craft Beer Fridge Bus Life 3

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Just look at this stunning conversion! That ceiling!

Two Humans, Two Dogs & a Separate Craft Beer Fridge Bus Life

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They chose to raise the roof on the back of the bus.

Two Humans, Two Dogs & a Separate Craft Beer Fridge Bus Life 2

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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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  • LargeMarge
    June 9, 2021, 9:55 am

    For three decades, I worked short-term contracts as a Traveling Physical Therapist.
    Similar to these folks, we avoided short-term leases on housing while we experimented with full-time in RecreationVehicles… but the dang things decomposed around us.
    Inevitably, we converted a series of commercial vehicles to HouseTrucks and other TinyHomesOnWheels… including a thirty-foot semi trailer.
    .
    .
    On today’s show:
    * I like the counters on each side on the sink.
    I owned a restaurant business for ten years, I know the value of a functional kitchen.
    Sooner or later, everybody needs to eat.
    .
    .
    Filling between contracts, we also delivered RecreationVehicles manufacturer-to-dealer and dealer-to-shows.
    Our decades of experience over a couple hundred thousand miles — condensed into two years — convinced us no RecreationVehicle could withstand the rough logger tracks we explore to our summers around mountain lakes… and our winters on isolated Baja beaches.
    .
    2003, we converted a 1997 Ford CF8000 commercial truck to our concept of an ExpeditionVehicle.
    With nearly two decades full-time live-aboard, our rig is constantly evolving.
    .
    My suggestion to any converters:
    * prior to selecting a vehicle, prior to initiating your conversion, develop your RequirementsStatement.
    My other suggestion:
    * avoid locking-into ‘this rig has to be perfect because it is my forever rig’
    .
    As we developed our RequirementsStatement, we quickly realized ‘hit the road’ is our priority, while ‘months/years invested in converting’ failed to make the bottom of the list.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 12, 2021, 5:50 am

      Love all this insight! Those who have “done it” know what’s necessary and what isn’t!

  • Linda Baker
    June 10, 2021, 11:20 pm

    Great style, can’t imagine having to share your small space with those two big fur kids, glad all coverings are washable!

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