We are finally on the road! There were a few setbacks over the past 48 hours, but better to get it right before leaving instead of having it all come unraveled 800 miles down the road…
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So tell us more about your water supply … kitchen and bathroom… shower too?
Right now it’s just a foot-pump sink, with big 7 gallon containers under the sink. The next round will have large tanks underneath.
Fantastic project. I see a lot of potential in this for providing affordable housing. Your road trip, living and traveling in your bus, you will have all the major glitches worked out. Hooray!!
tiny travel house….. Amazing concept and the fact that you are testing it is really wow…!! could you may be explain a bit about how you worked on installing the interiors, i am curious..!
There was so much that went into construction… Hopefully I’ll be able to put together some drawings to share on here!
We would love to see you near Boston. Borderland state park . Stop in
Any problems encountered with the kitchen/bath being isolated in the back of the bus? Is there separate access to that area when the queen bed is out? Do you have to climb over the sleepers to use the bathroom or make a sandwich?
Hey Carrie! When the rear bed is out, there is no direct access to the kitchen, but there have to be some accommodations when sleeping 6 people in such a small space! So far it has not been a huge issue. If someone really needs access, they just climb over!
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