Re: New Member-What to buy?
Lots of tonnage, depending on the gears and motor and all that fun rot.
Various systems. Tablet form purifiers (for the minimalist hiker). Whole house filters. Reverse osmosis.
Propane for heat, cooking (stoves work well), a bed is a good idea, and yes take LOTS of water. I think PDBreske's Camel build even has bigger fresh tanks than what I'll be using (lucky sod).
There are a ton of bus builds on here, so just look around and if anything doesn't make sense or ya got more questions just poke them in the head and holler.
What size bus are you looking for? Can kiddo drive something upwards of 40' or will he be snagging a smaller bus? Front end or rear end engine? Want a porch? We got that. Outdoor grills, showers, televisions? Got that, too. The search option is your friend (and the bane of my existence because, let's face it, my Google-fu sucks).
Oh, and don't forget space for a good freezer! Being in the high desert, you're gonna want the space to stock up on foodstuffs when you can't go hunting for yums.
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