Hello from Montana
I am here as part of what seems to be an emerging quest to return to how I ended up in Montana in the first place, on a converted school bus. It wasn't that converted, a simple school bus with a wood stove and a bunk really, but it was all I have really even seen at this point.
Lurking has taught me a lot, but I also value the input of folks who have more experience than I do. So, I'm asking for input.
What I bring to the project is time, cash resources but live in a town that has an awesome repurposed store and tool library, the ability to teach myself just about anything, and a hardy nature.
I want to build something big enough for two people, resistant to Montana winters utilizing a cylinder outfitter stove I already own but with a gas range/stove, completely solar powered but be able to integrate within the grid, small blackwater/greywater systems, and a sturdy, more universally part accessible bus.
Any input folks have is greatly appreciated. Links even more appreciated.