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Old 05-02-2017, 09:18 PM   #81
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She wants the bed in tact lol.

I'm kinda attached to the kids and don't wanna sell em just yet.

I like the navy bunks, and actually have been planning to build something like that

They must still be young

All kidding aside... There was a video from a member on here of a bus that had an incredible amount to sleeping capacity and storage... To see the video, you'd think the bus was 75' long.
Maybe someone else remembers the video... My memory fails me. Hate getting old
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Old 05-02-2017, 09:22 PM   #82
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Wait till they are teenagers. You'll be ready to sell'em off cheap!
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Old 05-02-2017, 09:28 PM   #83
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Sell em? I'd have paid someone to take them.
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Old 05-02-2017, 10:25 PM   #84
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That Tennessee teacher that "kidnapped" that 15 year girl and took her to California.... Can you imagine driving across country with a 15 year old, using cell phone silence???

I wouldn't have made it to the Tennessee state line!
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Old 05-02-2017, 10:32 PM   #85
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What do you want to bet that guy has rethought his decisions lately?
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Old 05-03-2017, 08:07 AM   #86
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They must still be young
Without a doubt. That's when you get the best price for them tho. It's too bad they don't come with an exchange policy. I can't get mine to leave the couch. Outdoors?!? There's bugs, dirt, and stuff out there. I'm pretty sure mine were swapped at the hospital.

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All kidding aside... There was a video from a member on here of a bus that had an incredible amount to sleeping capacity and storage... To see the video, you'd think the bus was 75' long.
Maybe someone else remembers the video... My memory fails me. Hate getting old
I dunno if they are on here but YouTube is full of fanilies with 3~5 kids and both parents living on a bus. I would install a James Bond ejection seat with that many. Kid starts giving me grief... You think you're the oldest but you had an older brother. You see that shovel; we don't talk about him any more.
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Old 05-03-2017, 08:10 AM   #87
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That Tennessee teacher that "kidnapped" that 15 year girl and took her to California.... Can you imagine driving across country with a 15 year old, using cell phone silence???

I wouldn't have made it to the Tennessee state line!
Hallway talk... a guy that just came back this week from baby leave was talking to another guy that has a 3 month old. There's an app for tracking diapers, feedings, etc. WHY?!!? The other guy "Oh you need that the first couple of months." Me, ... "Yeah because there were no kids before the internet was invented."
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I just noticed you are from Chesapeake VA! I am teaching there next week! Any suggestions for good local restaurants?
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Our floor plans...4th revision

Here are our floor plans. My wife keeps changing the design. I told her she could change as oftens as she wants until I start building the interior!
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Dawn Treader's floor plan draft

Since we are removing all the seats right now, and then going to be removing all the flooring, we thought we should get an idea of how we would like to get the bus set up.

We are planning on installing solar on the roof of the front half of the bus.
We are also planning on having our water (fresh/black) under the driver side.
We plan to insulate and floor soon. And insulate everything eventually.
We would like to build a porch on the back roof with food down sides.
We would like an awning on the passenger side.

However, insides first.
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