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Fork in the road catering Adventure Seekers Hit the Road in a Cozy Schoolbus Home

Fork in the road catering Adventure Seekers Hit the Road in a Cozy Schoolbus Home. Photos by Alyssa PelletierAfter quitting their place of job jobs, starting their very own company and promoting such a lot of their possessions, the couple purchased the former school bus for $5 ,500. "Which is expensive within the school bus market," Pelletier says. They spent an extra $2,000 on upkeep and maintenance sooner than ripping the whole thing out. Grinding down the rivets. Adding insulation, electrical energy and plumbing. Framing out spaces for a toilet, bedroom and storage. And building customized furniture and storage. In general, they spent $30,000. This picture presentations the bus on the Sheep Creek trailhead, just east of Henry's Lake, Montana.

Fork in the road catering Adventure Seekers Hit the Road in a Cozy Schoolbus Home
Wood flooring, butcher block countertops, custom furnishings and LED lighting fixtures make life on the street feel like simply another fashionable day at house.