Video: School Bus > Off-Grid Home
By SunCity Paradise | Published on October 3, 2017
Video: School Bus > Off-Grid Home
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First, both stationary or mobile small living isn’t for everyone, but it is undoubtably a fascinating lifestyle. As a travel company we’re going to focus on … you guessed it, the mobile version. There are several pros: cheaper, reduced individual carbon footprint and being able to live from anywhere a parking space is found, to name a few. The cons: not having a stationary house, very little space to put “things” and completely upending that old lifestyle. With all things considered, trading in a “normal” backyard for the world seems pretty appealing. One day you can be parked looking at the Colorado Rockies, and the next you can gazing at the wonders of Zion National Park. And, if done right, like this insanely remodeled school bus by Midwest Wonderers, comfort might not exactly be sacrificed along the way. Would you take the leap?

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For more on Midwest Wonderers visit their website.

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By: SunCity Paradise | Published on October 3, 2017

     
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