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As with any major life-change, moving into a skoolie brought with it all sorts of unexpected challenges. We did our best over the two years between purchasing the bus and hitting the road to imagine and plan for all the challenges that buslife might throw our way, but you simply can’t know what to expect until you are actually living full-time on the road.
When this posts, in mid-May of 2021, we will have been on the road for seven months, and let me tell you, it is amazing how quickly time passes. While that time has gone by quite quickly, we have also had so many amazing experiences and have learned so much that it sometimes feels as if we have been doing this for ages. We are not yet experts when it comes to long-term buslife traveling, but we are definitely well on our way. And, along those lines, we would like to share three appliances that not everyone puts in their build, and which have made our lives a whole lot better. Continue reading 7 Months In, Our 3 Favorite Buslife Appliances
Perhaps the biggest downside to picking a skoolie as your new home is that unlike many of the other options, the school bus requires a lot of demolition before you can start building in there. With a cargo van like a Sprinter or Promaster, you are pretty much ready to build from the start. For us, it took months of work removing old panels, seats, insulation, flooring, heaters, superfluous wiring, you get the picture. All of it was difficult, but the panels in particular stand out as a traumatic memory because they are held on with a seemingly uncountable number of rivets. So, how do you get rid of all those rivets? Continue reading The ULTIMATE GUIDE to Removing All Those Goddamn Rivets from Your Skoolie