Nick and Katie didn’t start their bus conversion planning on living in it full-time, but once they got into creating a home out of their 1995 GMC 3500HD Vandura, they couldn’t go back to their old life.
Two years and nine National Parks later, they have no plans of leaving their nomadic life anytime soon. The interior of the bus (@RobinTheBus) was built with their loves in mind, with space for cooking, baking, entertaining and even a sewing machine!
They can climb on the rooftop to hang out, and they stay warm with their mini wood stove. A motorcycle they attached to a back deck allows them to make quick runs to the store without driving their whole home with them. Enjoy the video from Tiny Home Tours below!
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They Never Planned on Full-Time Bus Life. Two Years Later…
Meet Robin the Bus!
This tiny wood stove heats the home up quickly.
They chose to have a pull-out bed so they could entertain.
Katie sewed all the pillows and couch cushions.
VIDEO: Carpenter’s DIY Bus Conversion
- 1995 GMC 3500HD Vandura
- Named Robin (for the color outside)
- Convection oven
- 4-burner cooktop
- Hooks for a hammock swing and hammock
- Toilet closet
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