Both Feet - no fins.
We don't think that I ever do things... normal.
The plan, for several years, was to purchase a nice heavy sailboat, and cruise. After careful consideration we’ve determined that the daily maintenance on a hole in the water didn’t provide a significant benefit over what a Skoolie would.
(And a considerable decrease in risk of drowning and or shark attack.)
So choosing a Skoolie, we are automatically in a sub-population. i.e. not ‘normal’. Please note that I say that with affection. I have found time and time again, the more narrow your interests, the more fascinating and rewarding the people and experiences. Mainstream is boring.
With inspiration like FernTheBus, Rolling Vistas and similar smaller Skoolies, we set out to find one.
What we found, and just took possession of, falls between a Skoolie and a metro and a shuttle. Do we belong here? Are we too far out from the sub-group of Skoolies? I don’t think so, we’re just less normal. Or would that be more normal.
We just took delivery of a 2001 22+2(ADA) passenger 28’ Startrans President. Essentially it's a Ford F53, which is a Motorhome, but the body is all transport bus.
We are both terrified, and excited, and humbled.
His name is Hobbs TheBus.