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Old 03-07-2019, 06:25 AM   #1
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Article on school bus conversions

Here is an article on school bus conversions and the "skoolie" lifestyle, focusing mostly on the lifestyle:

https://www.curbed.com/2019/3/6/1824...ife-tiny-house
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Old 03-07-2019, 06:36 AM   #2
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Very nomadic, but also very interesting way of life....
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Looks like most of these bus conversions are getting 7-10 MPG... a little more if your lucky, but some even much less. Ouch. No wonder the writing on the bus window at the top of the article says "Will work for fuel".
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This is just one group of people living life on the road, many of them on youtube living in all kinds of things. I think the cost of traditional housing also has something to do with this trend especially out on the west coast. I will always have a home base but hope in a few years we will be on the road more then that home base.
Interesting article thanks for sharing.

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My son had a nice home in NW university town. After 5 years he decided " home ownership was not what it was cracked up to be". Sold home for tidy profit, purchased trailer and has been traveling with 2 young boys and wife. They all love it. He works as a motion graphics producer and film maker on line making good money. 6 months so far mostly in SW USA. Will see where this goes?
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