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Old 05-11-2019, 11:14 AM   #21
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They have hiking, biking, and horse trails. Some trails are multi use
Coming fast around a curve, only to roll into a fresh pile of horse apples, can really mess a cyclist's day right up!
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Old 05-15-2019, 03:23 PM   #22
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We've been discussing/planning our own conversion project for a while, and my wife is still a little bit on the fence about the idea of bus life. She would love to take a look inside a converted bus to get a feel for what living in one would be like. We've watched a ton of the YouTube videos out there, but I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions for checking out a finished skoolie first-hand. Maybe someone who happens to be parked in the Austin, TX-area and would be willing to give us a tour of your bus? I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask
Hey there! I'm in the beginning stages of building still, but we're in Round Rock just off of 35/45. We did a 2' roof raise, and my bus is a 34' front engine. I'm on Instagram @RoadsideJourney. What size of a bus are you thinking about?
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Hey there! I'm in the beginning stages of building still, but we're in Round Rock just off of 35/45. We did a 2' roof raise, and my bus is a 34' front engine. I'm on Instagram @RoadsideJourney. What size of a bus are you thinking about?

Thanks! We're just down the road in Taylor. I checked out your Instagram photos...nice work! We're thinking about full-timing it, so a 40-footer was what I had in mind. Did you find your bus locally?
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Thanks! We're just down the road in Taylor. I checked out your Instagram photos...nice work! We're thinking about full-timing it, so a 40-footer was what I had in mind. Did you find your bus locally?
No, I actually got it from the Knoxville, TN. I should have waited, though, cuz it had a bunch of rust. Definitely watch where you get it from.
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