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.Wood flooring, butcher block countertops, custom furnishings and LED lighting fixtures make life on the street feel like simply another fashionable day at house.
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