Mike, a digital nomad and musician, transformed a 1983 international school bus into a cabin-like home on wheels. All of his music equipment, including a surround sound system, modified keyboard and monitor is powered by an 1100 watt solar power system mounted on the roof of the vehicle.
Step inside, and some would mistake it for a cabin, thanks to plenty of wood accents, maple live edge counters, a stone wall, wood-burning stove, three burner gas stove, planter box underneath the windows, and a water recycling system. There’s a bedroom in the back with a bed boasting lots of space beneath for clothes, supplies, etc. There’s a small wet bath near the wood stove, while a roof patio lets you cool off on hot summer days. When all was said and done, the school bus home conversion took Mike around 2-years to build.
- Features a landscape base, tree with interchangeable sets of green (summer) and yellow and brown (fall) leaves, and a Tree House with 3 cabins
- Main bedroom cabin features a buildable bed, scissors, ship in a bottle, compass, clock plus a balcony with a hand-operated, wind-up crane
- Kids’ room features bunk beds and assorted elements such as a book and treasure map, bathroom features a buildable bathtub, toilet and sink