After being displaced by Hurricane Matthew in 2016, we jumped in our 1978 VW bus and traveled the U.S. for 2+ years (coast to coast and back). 🚌 While on the road, we were guided to a 1961 GM bus that we’re converting into a bigger home on wheels!
Bus life has been the best life we’ve ever lived. We have learned to appreciate the little things, focus on what’s really important and enjoy a freedom like no other. Enjoy our Bus Life posts and stories, photos, videos and more!
A lot has happened & changed since our last video, so we put together a little update showing what’s been happening with our 1961 GM Fishbowl / New Look bus conversion! See everything we’ve accomplished and what’s to come in our video below! Lots...read more
Our 1961 GM Fishbowl / New Look bus conversion continues! There are decorative aluminum panels above the windows that run the length of the bus. They also function as a drip rail for rain, so we wanted to take a look underneath and see if there was any rust or damage....read more
After months working on our bus build outside, we were now ready to bring it into the shop! The first thing we needed to do to get it moving was fix an air line. We noticed that we had a hiss and we were losing air pressure, which is needed to run our old bus, so we...read more
WHAT IS BUS LIFE? Bus Life is a community of worldwide nomads, who usually live, work and/or travel on the road part-time or full-time in their converted bus. Some bus and skoolie owners keep their buses stationary, use them as shops or rent them out as guest spaces....read more
In 2019 we came across a 1961 GM Fishbowl / New Look bus in the New Mexico desert and now we’re converting it into a bigger home on wheels! It’s the Suburban model, so there are two platforms on either side and a thin, little aisle way going down the...read more
BUS SHIPPING – HOW TO SHIP A SCHOOL BUS OR COACH BUS Shipping a bus can be no easy feat, especially if you need one in a hurry. Who can I trust to ship my bus? How much will it cost me to transport my bus? What kind of trailer does my bus need to be shipped? If...read more
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