Kelly and Thomas met in college, got married a few years later, went on to get Master’s degrees, and then started the 40-hour-workweek grind. They found themselves wondering how they were supposed to do this for the next 40+ years and were looking for an alternative. That’s when they stumbled on the skoolie community.
While they originally thought their bus life adventure would only last a year, they’ve already been on the road for 7 months and don’t have any intentions of hanging up their keys anytime soon.
Tiny Home Tours did a great interview and tour with the Wilsons and you’ll want to check it out below!
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Full-Time Bus Life for the Roaming Wilsons
Wow look at how much seating they have!
It also folds out for extra sleeping or lounging
Queen bed in the back, with water tanks beneath
Kitchen has an oven/stove and apartment fridge
This is a 2001 International Bus. What do you think?
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- 2001 International Bus
- Three-seater couch folds into twin bed
- Chair folds out for lounging
- Separate shower and toilet rooms
- Homemade composting toilet
- Shower stall with seat over wheel well
- Storage under queen bed
- Handicap door opens in bedroom
- Storage headboard
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