Young couple builds tiny house inside of an old school bus!

Take a tour of this gorgeous school or skoolie, recently built by a young couple that dreamed of life on the road with their two adorable dogs. They spent over 2.5 years creating this beautiful Tiny House on wheels, and now they live full time on the road.

———-CREDITS—————
PRODUCED & HOSTED BY:
Jenna Kausal

VIDEOGRAPHER:
Matt Alexander
https://aerialexcellence.us/

EDITOR:
Marcia Trader
http://www.marciatrader.com

ADDITIONAL MUSIC: https://www.epidemicsound.com/

OPENING MONTAGE DRONE SHOT: Jonathan Benabed

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS / VIDEOS PROVIDED WITH PERMISSION OF THE HOME OWNER

#skoolie #busconversion #buslife

00:00 Intro
01:09 Meet the young couple who built the bus
02:28 How much did it cost?
03:15 Let’s take a tour inside
12:53 Outside tour & details
15:55 You have to be a certain kind of person to do this

25 Comments

    • I have lived on the road in something similar I have also lived tiny in a stationary tiny house. I absolutely loved both.

    • I hate to say that I could not do it, BUT I am so inspired by these videos. The owners are happy, energetic, can work mobile, plus enjoy life as it is. I commend all of you. πŸ‘πŸ»

    • Just took the seats out of our 33′ shuttle bus. Can’t wait to dive into the conversion, so yes, definitely going to live onboard full time. Lived and cruised on a sailboat for 20 years, so no strangers to tiny living.

  1. This is hands down the BEST bus build l have ever seen! I love everything about your home on wheels! As l was watching the tour, l kept saying .. no way this is school bus…NO WAY! It looks like a one bedroom apartment! A high end apartment at that! Phenomenal… Simply freakin phenomenal! I haven’t seen anything like this before. You guys definitely distinguished yourselves from the norm! This build is exceptional!πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎ

  2. Nice interior work, but I’m just not fond of any dwelling that has you enter directly into the kitchen and pass through that work area to reach the living room space… I would have swapped the positions and had the entry into the living space, with the kitchen next, followed by the bathroom and finally the private bedroom area. This makes for a more logical transition between spaces, IMO, especially when you have visitors.

  3. LOL I have no idea how they did this for 40k. It seems impossible. The labor alone would be 20k. Maybe the lady or the man is a contractor.

  4. Very nice! Love finding out about the thing that helps with the muddy paws in a quick way❣️ It sounds like it might feel good too. I now have a gift idea for some friends with this ongoing situation when we all start getting out like we used to with guide dogs. πŸ’ž

  5. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! Just love the layout and design. Top notch! One question. Where does the navigator sit when traveling? We are struggling to find a place for a passenger seat in our build.

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