I’m embarking on a journey to convert a little school bus into a tiny home on wheels for myself and my recently-adopted rescue pup Pepper.

If you’re curious abut bus life, and want to know if a single chick with no building experience and very little mechanical knowledge, can successfully convert a bus into a home, and live life on the road with a dog, while running a handmade business, then stick around and we’ll find out together!

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Removing the Automatic Door Opener

Removing the Automatic Door Opener

 The next big jobs I want to get dome on the bus involve taking out windows and cutting holes in the roof. Because the bus is booked in to have the windscreen rust and driver's door repaired in a couple of weeks, I want to hold off starting those big jobs for now. In...

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Sealing the floor and what’s next?

Sealing the floor and what’s next?

Just a quick update on the bus. I haven't done a lot of work since installing the floor. Mostly because work has been busy, then I got sick. I did paint a couple of coats of sealer on the floor. I intend to lay vinyl flooring over it at some stage, but there is a fair...

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Installing the New Plywood Floor

Installing the New Plywood Floor

I have had a big week in the bus. Worked solidly most days and am pleased to say that I have finally got the new floor installed. There were a few design challenges due to the fact that I decided to use 18mm marine ply and the original floor was only 12mm thick, so...

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