While some adventurers are buying homes on wheels, to always be in comfort, others get more creative. For example, a family of three has acquired for themselves an old school bus and remade it in their new and current home.
Now we can say that the expression “all mine I carry with me” — is for sure about them.
Spouses Valerie Cook and Tim Boffe bought an old school bus and converted it into a home on wheels (The Nomads Bus). 10-meter long modernized transport has become a real home for travelers.
Total conversion of the bus cost the couple $32,000. On the roof are solar panels, which provide full electricity needs. Inside the body is sheathed with special insulating material, which not only keeps you warm, but also regulate the humidity. Besides family trying to minimize the emission of carbon.
In addition to the living space in the bus there’s plenty of room to store sports equipment: surfboards, skis, mountain bikes.
In the bus, there are six comfortable beds, so the couple gladly accepts guests on board wanting to ride through the scenic. Night on the bus The Nomad Bus will cost each of $61. The hosts allow you to use the kitchen, shower and toilet.