# Bus conversion
We Discovered an Issue with our Engine that Needs to be Fixed Immediately!
Life on the road is full of excitement and challenges. We discover an issue that need to be fixed in the engine compartment.
We Installed an Air Horn on our Bus Conversion and it is Loud!
I have always wanted an air horn like the big rigs has. Today, I installed one on our bus conversion just in time for hitting the road.
Before Officially hitting the Road, the Water Pump has already gone Bad on our Bus Conversion!
Just a short time after completing our bus conversion we have discovered some engine problem. We are going to be leaving Pensacola, FL soon so we have to try fixing it.
We are so Excited to be Back on the Road Again!
Travel is so exciting! Especially when you are in a bus, with your family, watching the countryside go by. Before leaving I installed a new camera system on our bus and it works amazing!
These Perfectly Moist Banana Muffins Were Easy for My Child to Bake!
We are in Pensacola, FL visiting family and completing some left over chores on our bus conversion. Ethan made homemade muffins for the whole family and Arwen made one of her amazing lattes. Homeschooling, tree climbing and some bus conversion repairing finished off with cookies, hot tee and a good audio book completed a full day on our bus.
Finishing Our Bus Conversion While Traveling and Living in it is a Challenging Process!
We are in Pensacola, FL and while we are here visiting family we thought it would be a good idea to finish up some of the items that still need to be done on our bus conversion.
After Converting a Bus in Orlando, FL it’s Time to Hit the Road to See What Adventures Await Us!
Hooking up the electrical system on our new bus conversion is the last thing that has to be done before we can leave Orlando, FL. We are super excited to get on the road and see what adventures await us!
Our Bus Conversion is Nearly Done! We are close to being able to Hit the Road for Family Adventures!
Orlando Florida is hot almost always but especially in the summer time. Today we are finishing up some things on the us so that we can leave Orlando, hit the road and start enjoying road life again. One told the last projects to tackle is plumbing.
This has Been Home for our Family for Many Years. Today we say Goodbye!
We have to finish up a few things on the old bus before saying a final farewell and passing it on to the new owners. This was our home for the last 7 years. It’s hard to say goodbye.
We are so Happy to Move our Family of 10 into our New Bus Conversion!
We are moved in and ready for more adventures. The kids are so excited to be in our new home on wheels.
We now have a Toilet Installed in the Bathroom of our New Bus Conversion!
Have a full bathroom in a bus conversion is very important and even more important for the family that will occupy it. We are making great progress and are close to moving in.
We are Painting our Old Bus Conversion for the New Owners!
Today is bitter sweet as we prep our first bus conversion for primer and paint for the new owners. We have owned this bus for many years so it will be sad for the whole family to see it go. On the other hand we are really excited how our new bus is turning out and we can’t wait to embark and have many adventures with it.
This Tiny Wood Stove is the Perfect Size for the Tiny Space in our Bus Conversion!
We are in cold climates often and there is nothing like having a wood burning stove. Wood stoves removes humidity from the air providing a dry heat. This stove is made by Cubic Mini Wood Stoves and is the perfect addition to heat the tiny space in our bus conversion! We can’t wait for some cold weather to try this out!
We Had to Weld and Install our own Sewer Tank Frame. The Entire Process was Very Involved!
Doing a bus conversion is very involved and takes a lot of planning and hard work. In order for us to install a toilet we first need to install our sewer tank. In order to install the sewer tank we need to weld a tank frame that will hold the sewer tank in place. This becomes a family project. In the meantime Arwen is braiding a bow braid into Kiera’s hair!
This was my Third Attempt to get the Finish on our Custom Built Table Right!
Epoxy really isn’t that hard to apply when you have the right tools and place to do the work in. That wasn’t the case for me. This will be my 3rd attempt at applying an epoxy finish on our new dining table that will go in our bus conversion. If not for the bugs and weather it might have just turned out perfect.
This Family Installed a Brick Fireplace in their Bus Conversion!
Family building projects for this family means loads of fun. Kiera and Dad work together to create a unique and beautiful brick chimney for the wood burning stove they will install in their bus conversion. The space they have to work with is tiny, extremely tiny. The cubic mini wood burning stove will be perfectly displayed on this masterpiece brick work. The memories made with the family surrounding this project make it even more special.
A Stove Range Hood is an Important Piece of Kitchen Equipment. We Found this one in Germany!
Finding a good 12V range hood vent for our bus conversion was a very difficult task. We had to have a coordinated effort to get this mission done. Join us as we take to across the ocean, all the way to Germany.
Today we Welcome our New Baby Girl into our Family!
We would like to introduce, Enya Sadie Good. She is the 8th child, the 10th member of our family. The miracle of life is such a wonder and this new life is a blessing. The whole family is full of joy and love for our new little baby girl. If you have followed our journey you have watched Julie’s belly grow as we have rushed to complete our bus conversion. Although we didn’t finish the bus conversion before Enya’s birth, we got to a place where we are almost ready to move in. We are thankful to God for such a short and easy birth, and for a healthy, beautiful baby.
This Couple Built Beautiful, Custom Triple Stack Bunk Beds for their Bus Conversion!
It is hard working in the heat of Orlando, FL. Our two boys helped with great effort to sand, stain and varnish the ceiling and wall panels of our bus conversion. The heat is extra hot today with temperatures in the 90’s. So, it is a sweaty job indeed! Next, we show how we build our extra sturdy, solid oak, triple stack bunk beds. It is important for the beds to be safe and secure for the bus will jostle while driving. Not only do the bunks look fabulous but they prove to be well built. Success!
Adding an Air Conditioner to our Bus Conversion is an Important Stage of this Project!
It’s hot in Orlando, Florida even in March with temps reaching over 90 Degrees. It’s time to install our A/C unit and get some cool air pumping into our bus so we can work in style.