Burning the midnight oil in Bronte the bus. One of the greatest challenges for a project like this is finding the time to actually work on the bus (in between

[igp-video src=”” poster=”https://www.talesfromthewild.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/23823406_541420216194760_1356954570248421376_n-2.jpg” size=”large”] Burning the midnight oil in Bronte the bus. One of the greatest challenges for a project like this is finding the time to actually work on the bus (in between earning money to spend on the project, raising young children and all the usual responsibilities of running a family household). I've done a couple of nights lately working on the bus (quiet jobs only) and would probably do more if the bus wasn't parked on the street! I often daydream about renting an industrial warehouse or a property on acreage to get the bus built. But for now, this is how we're rolling!

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Burning the midnight oil in Bronte the bus. One of the greatest challenges for a project like this is finding the time to actually work on the bus (in between earning money to spend on the project, raising young children and all the usual responsibilities of running a family household). I’ve done a couple of nights lately working on the bus (quiet jobs only) and would probably do more if the bus wasn’t parked on the street! I often daydream about renting an industrial warehouse or a property on acreage to get the bus built. But for now, this is how we’re rolling!

#busconversion #buslife #bus #tinyhouse #skoolie #skoolieconversion #vanlife #offgrid #busbuild #rvlife #busnut #busrollwithit #livesmaller #nomad #happycamper #wander #wanderlust #homeiswhereyouparkit #ontheroad

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12 thoughts on “Burning the midnight oil in Bronte the bus. One of the greatest challenges for a project like this is finding the time to actually work on the bus (in between

  1. ajira says:

    This is where we’re stuck right now… where would we do the conversion once we get the bus? We’ll figure it out… as you will, I’m sure! #steadyasshegoes

  2. talesfromthewild says:

    @charliebrownspunaround 100% agreed. It is really challenging to make progress when we’re juggling kids and work and tight budgets! But we’re getting there slowly, one day at a time! Good luck with your very own bus project!

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