After being displaced by a hurricane, 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!
The front-end of our VW Bus had never gotten any attention since we picked him up. Every 3,000 miles the front-end zerks, or grease fittings, should be fitted with a grease gun and pumped full of fresh grease. This was our first try at front-end zerk maintenance on...read more
When the two of us began our cross-country trip in our VW bus in South Carolina, we had no idea what was ahead or how far we would go. We could never have expected to welcome a kitten into our family, make it to our birthplace, land in Roswell for their annual UFO...read more
While in Colorado for winter, we made sure to take our time and play in the snow, as much as possible. It had been almost a decade since the two of us even saw snow, so it was very nice to have made wonderful memories with a cross-country skiing picnic and going...read more
On our way through a small mountain town in our VW bus, we suddenly heard a clunky, bumpy and familiar sound, coming from the back right side of our bus. This sound is often mistaken for a thrown wheel bearing, but we had been through it before, so we knew our 46mm...read more
There are four spark plugs in our Volkswagen bus, Moksha. Each spark plug sends electric currents from the ignition system to the combustion chamber to start and move the vehicle. They are an essential part of any vintage car and they are a great health indicator of...read more
Wolf Creek Ski Area is renowned for getting the most snow each year in Colorado. Wolf Creek Pass, which gets people to and from the ski area, is a high mountain pass that carves through the Continental Divide in the San Juan mountains, at an elevation of 10,856 feet...read more
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