INSTALL A DIESEL HEATER.
Another question I get far too often is, "How do you stay warm inside the bus?" How do I stay warm? Install a diesel heater. If you're not familiar what a diesel heater is. Here's the quick lowdown on them. Diesel heaters are a very inexpensive low
She has a name!
Before I begin with this post, please let me explain that this post not for self pity or a sad post. This is a post about honoring my sisters' name. You may or may not know but my youngest sister, Jessica, took her life a few
Our New Bus: Chapter Four
Now that she's completely empty, flooring! It's a good thing Joe and I are working together on this cause I just want to leave everything original on the bus. The ceiling, the flooring, the mirrors, the rivets, LEAVE IT ALL. Joe however, is a bit more
Our New Bus; Chapter Three
So, if you've been following along, you'll remember (and maybe you won't since it's been well over a month since we updated. Life is BUSY!) that we left off with plans to head south to continue our build. And that we did. We made a quick
Our New Bus; Chapter Two
Once we got the bus back to Portland, the talked about challenges of building a bus in the city, became a reality. Starting with where to park this beautiful yellow beast. My flat is off a fairly busy, 2 lane, one-way street. Parking is allowed on
Our 1999 International School Bus
aka: our new home awesome home! I know, the title gave it completely away. Ya'll are here for our super exciting, life-changing FUN FUN news right!? Joe and I bought a school bus together! After living in Lou-Lou the Sprinter van for the past 7 months