The Big Blue Bus A converted bus used to house a family of six folks. Posted bytiny house listings April 7, 2014 in Posted in converted bus 9 Pages: 1 2
Looks and sounds like a great plan to me!
Excellent adventure. Love the all white look and general simplicity of the bus.
Were it me, I’d add a kitchen (easy) and a bathroom (slightly more complex). I am just about to get a composting toilet installed in our vintage Airstream, so there’s no black tank to worry about.
I am curious as to what composting toilet you’ve chosen for your Airstream. I am looking for those myself but would not like to pay 1,000- which is what they’re all nearly listed for. Are you building your own? And if so how do you plan on disposing of the waste?
Beautiful! But, what does it look like with all of your stuff moved in? And, why no kitchen space?
My hubby and I did this about 35 years ago with our two young daughters and a converted school-bus. We loved it!!!
I live in Toronto Canada. As u may know we have 4 seasons. Our weather is cold at Tim es and unpredictable. I love the Idea of living in a small house or converted bus. Is it possible to own one in a city like Toronto, if u own a piece of property. Are they converted into weather friendly climates? How much would that cost .? Could u please send price list and several available models, plus additional info as to what is involved in order to own a dream come true. Independence.
Ideal for trips nad traveling. I can see only one problem – driver licens for such a big venihle