So the last few days have been great, like more than usual. After we left Indianapolis in route to Nashville we landed at the perfect spot for an overnight between the two cities. Thanks to Harvest Host, it was a nice quiet vineyard in the middle of nowhere. After sleeping through any and every alarm […]Read more "Nashville this time"
Today is a memorable day! We have officially left our home of six years in the rear view mirror. It’s sold, gone, and the homeowner chapter of our lives is closed. Now our lives exist only in the bus and on the road full time. No address, no jobs (that’s actually a good thing) so […]Read more "No turning back"
*Disclaimer; this is some meat and potatoes right here. If you’re just looking for a snack, come back when you have an appetite.* This one goes out to fellow bus builders, van dwellers, want-to-be-builders and the otherwise curious. I wanted to share the technical side of things since it’s something that seems to […]Read more "Tech Talk"
Last we had posted, we were leaving Colorado after nearly five months of full time bus life there. I had just quit my job!!! Let me say that again I quit my job!!! Sorry couldn’t help myself. After leaving Colorado we headed home to Oswego, Illinois, where we continued to live in the bus after […]Read more "Lets catch up"
Hello all! It has been quite some time since our last blog post and for that we truly apologize! After four months our time here in Colorado is coming to an end… Aside from a couple breakdowns, stalls, and getting kicked out of a few places Colorado has been good to us. We have two […]Read more "Colorado Closing"
Hey friends, it’s been a while since our last post so I’ll do my best to get you caught up. Back in November Rachel and I headed south for a little treasure hunt. Where? Colaw RV salvage. The countries largest RV salvage yard, located in Carthage Missouri. I had heard of this place from one […]Read more "Missouri By Moonlight"
When do you plan to leave?! Do you have a route planned? Basically the first two things we hear whenever we tell people we’re converting a bus. Which, I don’t blame them for asking because I would probably want to know the same thing. So here are the answers! My answer to the first question […]Read more "The big questions"