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couple converts school bus into travelling tiny homecouple converts school bus into travelling tiny homecouple converts school bus into travelling tiny home - in a heat pump

by:HICOOL     2019-09-03
couple converts school bus into travelling tiny homecouple converts school bus into travelling tiny homecouple converts school bus into travelling tiny home  -  in a heat pump
WICHITA, Kan. —
Imagine paying less than $20,000 for your dream home.
Now imagine taking it home wherever you go.
This is the reality of wikidto and Sam and Jordan page.
And Penney of jorki. Poo.
In the past eight months, the pages have transformed a school bus into a luxurious home.
Now that the project is nearing completion, these pages are intended to drive around their homes --a quest (
Pagination adventure they dub)
They plan to record it on social media.
But their travel in Addie the Adventure Bus is more than just out of a desire to travel.
Sam Page has a doctorate in physiotherapy and tourism, working three-
Lived in different parts of the country for a month.
His wife, Jordan Page, works as communications manager remotely in New Jersey. based company.
The two will travel anywhere Sam page works, chasing good weather, national parks, and occasionally good cell phone signals. "(Travelling)
"This is something that has always existed in our hearts, but my work has never been successful," Jordan said . ".
In November, after marketing at the SJCF architecture and world treasures Museum in Wichita, she started working remotely.
"The day after she got the job, it was like 'Time to go, '" Sam added '. ".
The two started planning their travel life as soon as Jordan got the remote control.
Job opportunities, she said.
At the time, they rented a 700-square-foot apartment.
At first the idea was to build a small home and drag it behind the truck.
The problem is: not only do they have to build a small house, but they also have to buy a truck.
While browsing different websites, they stumbled upon the "school" and the school bus turned into a small house.
"Surprisingly, school buses are everywhere," Jordan said . "
"The price of the school bus is very cheap, which is amazing," Sam added . ".
The two bought a retired 2003 Chevrolet Bluebird school bus from the city of Ponka in orcas. , on Dec.
2017, then brought it back to a family home in the north of Wichita.
"We finally drove back around midnight and I followed my dad and drove the bus and I was thinking, 'What did I do? '" Sam joked.
Since then, Sam and Jordan have two complete
Time to work, "work during the day every day and spend hours every night repairing school buses.
There is one on the page
The budget for the project is $20,000
Unless there are any unforeseen complications, "we will be well below that level," said Sam, mainly because most of the work is done on its own.
The two men designed their own plans, inspired by other school bus modifications they saw online.
Although only 204 square feet, the space feels more
Part of the reason is the increase in space.
The two raised the roof of the bus by about 16 inch, essentially cutting off the existing roof and welding custom metal pieces to the top to expand the height.
"It gives us more breathing room," Jordan said . ".
The bus is completely decorated with vinyl Wood-look flooring;
Kitchen facilities with micro stove, sink and wood-burning stove;
Toilet for shower and compost;
There is also a bedroom hidden behind the rolling bookshelf.
Plus two sofas, one wall.
The desk and wooden walls provide you with a comfortable living space.
Page installed R-for the bus-
20 insulation and air-
Air conditioning and heat pump.
"The biggest problem is the window," Sam said . ".
"They leaked a lot of heat, but we wanted to keep the facade of the school bus.
A lot of people put their bus sheet metal in the window of the RV, but we wanted to keep (school bus)look.
"The floor plan makes the most of the available space --
Almost every seating area can be used as storage space, and even their beds can be folded to the back wall to create extra space when needed.
"We were scared of storage, but when we started piecing together the cabinets, we found that we might have more storage than we needed," Sam said . ".
In the future, they plan to add roof decks and solar panels to buses.
The bus is equipped with a cell phone signal booster-
This should also enable Jordan to pass Wi-Fi hot spot.
This bus, its water duck paint work is easy to identify and will flatten
During the page trip, drag a regular car behind it so they don't have to take buses everywhere when they are in the city.
"First of all, we are used to some way of life, so we will stay in the RV park for a while and then try to leave --
See how it is, "said Sam.
There will be an extra charge for the house on their wheels, and most homeowners don't have to worry about it --diesel fuel.
"This is a big Caterpillar car," said Sam . "
"Our ownership of the House may include some mechanical bills.
"These pages will share the details of their trip on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, and the links can be found on www. Pagingadventure. com. WICHITA, Kan. —
Imagine paying less than $20,000 for your dream home.
Now imagine taking it home wherever you go.
This is the reality of wikidto and Sam and Jordan page.
And Penney of jorki. Poo.
In the past eight months, the pages have transformed a school bus into a luxurious home.
Now that the project is nearing completion, these pages are intended to drive around their homes --a quest (
Pagination adventure they dub)
They plan to record it on social media.
But their travel in Addie the Adventure Bus is more than just out of a desire to travel.
Sam Page has a doctorate in physiotherapy and tourism, working three-
Lived in different parts of the country for a month.
His wife, Jordan Page, works as communications manager remotely in New Jersey. based company.
The two will travel anywhere Sam page works, chasing good weather, national parks, and occasionally good cell phone signals. "(Travelling)
"This is something that has always existed in our hearts, but my work has never been successful," Jordan said . ".
In November, after marketing at the SJCF architecture and world treasures Museum in Wichita, she started working remotely.
"The day after she got the job, it was like 'Time to go, '" Sam added '. ".
The two started planning their travel life as soon as Jordan got the remote control.
Job opportunities, she said.
At the time, they rented a 700-square-foot apartment.
At first the idea was to build a small home and drag it behind the truck.
The problem is: not only do they have to build a small house, but they also have to buy a truck.
While browsing different websites, they stumbled upon the "school" and the school bus turned into a small house.
"Surprisingly, school buses are everywhere," Jordan said . "
"The price of the school bus is very cheap, which is amazing," Sam added . ".
The two bought a retired 2003 Chevrolet Bluebird school bus from the city of Ponka in orcas. , on Dec.
2017, then brought it back to a family home in the north of Wichita.
"We finally drove back around midnight and I followed my dad and drove the bus and I was thinking, 'What did I do? '" Sam joked.
Since then, Sam and Jordan have two complete
Time to work, "work during the day every day and spend hours every night repairing school buses.
There is one on the page
The budget for the project is $20,000
Unless there are any unforeseen complications, "we will be well below that level," said Sam, mainly because most of the work is done on its own.
The two men designed their own plans, inspired by other school bus modifications they saw online.
Although only 204 square feet, the space feels more
Part of the reason is the increase in space.
The two raised the roof of the bus by about 16 inch, essentially cutting off the existing roof and welding custom metal pieces to the top to expand the height.
"It gives us more breathing room," Jordan said . ".
The bus is completely decorated with vinyl Wood-look flooring;
Kitchen facilities with micro stove, sink and wood-burning stove;
Toilet for shower and compost;
There is also a bedroom hidden behind the rolling bookshelf.
Plus two sofas, one wall.
The desk and wooden walls provide you with a comfortable living space.
Page installed R-for the bus-
20 insulation and air-
Air conditioning and heat pump.
"The biggest problem is the window," Sam said . ".
"They leaked a lot of heat, but we wanted to keep the facade of the school bus.
A lot of people put their bus sheet metal in the window of the RV, but we wanted to keep (school bus)look.
"The floor plan makes the most of the available space --
Almost every seating area can be used as storage space, and even their beds can be folded to the back wall to create extra space when needed.
"We were scared of storage, but when we started piecing together the cabinets, we found that we might have more storage than we needed," Sam said . ".
In the future, they plan to add roof decks and solar panels to buses.
The bus is equipped with a cell phone signal booster-
This should also enable Jordan to pass Wi-Fi hot spot.
This bus, its water duck paint work is easy to identify and will flatten
During the page trip, drag a regular car behind it so they don't have to take buses everywhere when they are in the city.
"First of all, we are used to some way of life, so we will stay in the RV park for a while and then try to leave --
See how it is, "said Sam.
There will be an extra charge for the house on their wheels, and most homeowners don't have to worry about it --diesel fuel.
"This is a big Caterpillar car," said Sam . "
"Our ownership of the House may include some mechanical bills.
"These pages will share the details of their trip on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, and the links can be found on www. Pagingadventure. com. WICHITA, Kan. —
Imagine paying less than $20,000 for your dream home.
Now imagine taking it home wherever you go.
This is the reality of wikidto and Sam and Jordan page.
And Penney of jorki. Poo.
In the past eight months, the pages have transformed a school bus into a luxurious home.
Now that the project is nearing completion, these pages are intended to drive around their homes --a quest (
Pagination adventure they dub)
They plan to record it on social media.
But their travel in Addie the Adventure Bus is more than just out of a desire to travel.
Sam Page has a doctorate in physiotherapy and tourism, working three-
Lived in different parts of the country for a month.
His wife, Jordan Page, works as communications manager remotely in New Jersey. based company.
The two will travel anywhere Sam page works, chasing good weather, national parks, and occasionally good cell phone signals. "(Travelling)
"This is something that has always existed in our hearts, but my work has never been successful," Jordan said . ".
In November, after marketing at the SJCF architecture and world treasures Museum in Wichita, she started working remotely.
"The day after she got the job, it was like 'Time to go, '" Sam added '. ".
The two started planning their travel life as soon as Jordan got the remote control.
Job opportunities, she said.
At the time, they rented a 700-square-foot apartment.
At first the idea was to build a small home and drag it behind the truck.
The problem is: not only do they have to build a small house, but they also have to buy a truck.
While browsing different websites, they stumbled upon the "school" and the school bus turned into a small house.
"Surprisingly, school buses are everywhere," Jordan said . "
"The price of the school bus is very cheap, which is amazing," Sam added . ".
The two bought a retired 2003 Chevrolet Bluebird school bus from the city of Ponka in orcas. , on Dec.
2017, then brought it back to a family home in the north of Wichita.
"We finally drove back around midnight and I followed my dad and drove the bus and I was thinking, 'What did I do? '" Sam joked.
Since then, Sam and Jordan have two complete
Time to work, "work during the day every day and spend hours every night repairing school buses.
There is one on the page
The budget for the project is $20,000
Unless there are any unforeseen complications, "we will be well below that level," said Sam, mainly because most of the work is done on its own.
The two men designed their own plans, inspired by other school bus modifications they saw online.
Although only 204 square feet, the space feels more
Part of the reason is the increase in space.
The two raised the roof of the bus by about 16 inch, essentially cutting off the existing roof and welding custom metal pieces to the top to expand the height.
"It gives us more breathing room," Jordan said . ".
The bus is completely decorated with vinyl Wood-look flooring;
Kitchen facilities with micro stove, sink and wood-burning stove;
Toilet for shower and compost;
There is also a bedroom hidden behind the rolling bookshelf.
Plus two sofas, one wall.
The desk and wooden walls provide you with a comfortable living space.
Page installed R-for the bus-
20 insulation and air-
Air conditioning and heat pump.
"The biggest problem is the window," Sam said . ".
"They leaked a lot of heat, but we wanted to keep the facade of the school bus.
A lot of people put their bus sheet metal in the window of the RV, but we wanted to keep (school bus)look.
"The floor plan makes the most of the available space --
Almost every seating area can be used as storage space, and even their beds can be folded to the back wall to create extra space when needed.
"We were scared of storage, but when we started piecing together the cabinets, we found that we might have more storage than we needed," Sam said . ".
In the future, they plan to add roof decks and solar panels to buses.
The bus is equipped with a cell phone signal booster-
This should also enable Jordan to pass Wi-Fi hot spot.
This bus, its water duck paint work is easy to identify and will flatten
During the page trip, drag a regular car behind it so they don't have to take buses everywhere when they are in the city.
"First of all, we are used to some way of life, so we will stay in the RV park for a while and then try to leave --
See how it is, "said Sam.
There will be an extra charge for the house on their wheels, and most homeowners don't have to worry about it --diesel fuel.
"This is a big Caterpillar car," said Sam . "
"Our ownership of the House may include some mechanical bills.
"These pages will share the details of their trip on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, and the links can be found on www. Pagingadventure. com.
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