We’re often asked how we afford to travel for long stretches of time. We are asked by family, friends, strangers, etc. The number one answer is we live simply! We buy used clothes (and other necessities) at thrift stores. @e don’t buy things we don’t need. No cigarettes, no other intoxicants and very rarely a […]
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I have learned a lot about waste vegetable oil in the last year. From designing our system, implementing it, troubleshooting it, to actually using it. There has been one thing that has caused many hours of head scratching and deep thought. Read further to learn how this $25 part cost us $100’s in diesel fuel… […]
I wrote an article on our bus’ WVO system for this month’s Tiny House Magazine! The article is titled WVhOme. It is a special issue featuring a whole bunch of school bus conversions, in addition to some of their regular content. The article I wrote is about our Waste Vegetable Oil Conversion. To go to […]
We have been diligently working on building and finishing up the bedroom, as we are going to move into the bus soon and finish it while we are living in there. Bedroom construction has consisted of building a platform bed that lifts up for storage, as well as framing a “his and hers” closets. One […]
With the coming of Spring has come fresh new, revitalizing energy to keep working hard at the construction of “Two Birds”. While we had big plans of working on the bus during the winter, not much physically got done. We utilized this time instead to build our website, source parts like our water heater, stove, […]