The last two upgrades and she’s done. Haven’t done any upgrades since 2015 after we bought the camper, and the last bus voyage was March 2016. A thankfully uneventful 4hr trip to Louisianan and back. She still starts and runs but has become too stressful and expensive to trust taking on a long trip. When you only get 6MPG and diesel is 40cents more per gallon, you really need to be going on a long trip to make it worth your while. We’ve since purchased a F250 and a upgraded from our 19′ hybrid camper to a 35′ Pioneer with slideouts and a bunkhouse for my 2 ever-growing boys.
The bus will soon be moved to my land to be used as a guesthouse/second living area while we live in the RV getting our house built. That’s the plan anyway.
It’s kind of sad really. There were months on end that I spent working on this bus, seems like a long time ago but it really hasn’t been. I was pretty happy when I started it last week, and moved it around a bit, and everything seemed to be in working order. I’ll keep this blog online for people to see the projects and get ideas from it, like I used the one’s I found as inspiration along the way. Although, all the Tiny House TV shows have the best inspiration these days.