Woman Turns School Bus into DIY Tiny Cottage on Wheels
I lived in it for 6 months, but had to sell it because my car would not pull it. So I built another one called “The Nest”, a tiny 6’x6′ camper with a storage loft. It was green with a stained door. I lived in this one for 7 months, then because I was making plans to work in AZ in a contract position, and would be going back and forth from AZ to NC so much, I sold that tiny house and bought a tiny bus. And I love it!
Below are some pics of my bus right after its first coat of paint, rough framing, and the screen windows I installed in the back (none of the side windows would work, so I pushed them all up from the outside and locked them securely, and let them be). I put a screen window in the driver’s side window so I could get the breeze without the bugs until I could take off the bus door and install a wooden door with a screen at the top which I am still working on.
We have had a lot of rain lately which has slowed down the process. I have been living in this bus on the street in front of my oldest son’s house. I have a composting toilet, 5 gallon water storage bucket underneath the counter, water drain bucket, and solar lights and charger for cell phone and this iPad. Enjoy!
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