Getting the bus kinda ready for the mild winter. Didnt get much done at all. I switched from the 2 jobs these past years down to one, as well as my car finally giving up on me. So bus expenses were put on hold for a couple months to pay for the new (to me) vehicle. Now we're able to haul my own supplies in it now, instead of asking my family for the truck.
At the top are the live edge wood slabs we bought that will serve as the counter-tops on each side of the bus. they are from the black hills, beetle kill ponderosa pine. My parents let me create a side shop in a barn on the farm where the bus is at, they are sitting on a simple lumber shelf i built quick, not too fancy.
Here is the slab as a whole, it is about 13' by 24" one of the edges will be cut flush with the wall.
This is one side we picked.
this will go on the opposite side.
Starting to sand, while we wait for the weather to warm up to begin to weld the metal for the roof raise.
not quite there but this wood will look beautiful with a bar top epoxy when done and we cant wait to see it.