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Old 09-11-2018, 07:33 PM   #521
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Interesting. But you'd think "professionals" could at least get the roof eaves straight.
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Old 02-02-2019, 08:12 PM   #522
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Hi all! we've been living in the bus full-time for 8 months now. Just got through a stretch of -30 degree fahrenheit weather in Minnesota, it was brutal outside but we stayed comfortable inside thanks to the wood-stove (which has been running 24/7 since October.)




Added some drawers for clothing under the bed.




Pull out trash bin in kitchen which holds cleaning supplies too.





running cold and hot water is great, this deep sink is great for saving counter space and can fit any dish you want.




Part of the living room, and the step-up for the fridge so we didnt have to bend over, currently there is a drawer that pulls out and holds our dvd's under the fridge, our PC is in the taller slot.








ventilation on top for PC.



view of the bed.



bedroom looking back.



bedroom looking forward.



kitchen looking forward



face trim on the bookcase and cabinets, still need a stain and sealer.
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Old 02-02-2019, 09:13 PM   #523
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Lookin good! The open plan looks real livable.
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Old 02-09-2019, 04:58 AM   #524
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What a wonderful build you both did on this. I am only at the looking stage currently but I do plan on building a bus. I am so glad that I saw your build before I had any chance to begin, you have by far the most impressive home that I have seen. Is there anything that you would have done differently or in a different order if you had it to do over. What did you decide to do to anchor your stove during driving?
I look forward to more posts from you and can't believe that I read all of these in a day. Great workmanship!
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