Gina MuellerOh and a kitchen as well but the aile of the caboose seperated all but the living room2 days ago
Gina MuellerThe bath of the cabose
Was shower on one side and camode and face basin on the other side of the aile2 days ago
Gina MuellerI once saw a cabose that was all fixed in an Irish setting with bath, galley
Bunk beds a look out tower and a wood stove for heating and a nice size round table,living room had a sofa chairs and the wood burning stove with the Irish colors on the sofa... Just adorable2 days ago
Gail A. SisolakIt looks cool, but I've seen smaller houses with more amenities. This doesn't appear to have any insulation, it doesn't have a kitchen (a hot plate and spit sink aren't a kitchen) and unless it's hidden behind the back wall, there is no bathroom.4 days ago
Mary P. HallI've used this at my house--interior walls (mixed it with regular interior house paint). It does deaden the sound, as well as adds an insulative barrier. Not sure how much of an insulative barrier (only have it up for about a month now), but before I painted, my exterior facing walls were very cold to the touch. Afterwards, they feel room temperature.12 · 4 days ago
Jeremy BeyerThree thoughts come to mind:
1) How much does this cost?
2) No amount of insulation can undo the drafts coming from 20 windows, all next to each other. I would have removed 3/4 of the windows and welded a new piece of sheet metal over the opening before applying any coating.
3) This sounds a lot like Coolseal.3 · 4 days ago
Justin BarneyFor insulation I used that bi-nary poly foam. The only challenge was getting it done for the ceiling-part of the bus. I actually went as far to use pine and cutting them into studs, then gluing them to the metal ceiling of the bus with liquid nails. The stud pieces I placed them long ways of the bus(it's more complicated going width-wise) Then using a thin wood sheeting, I then cut it into however wide, long slats, and also using liquid nails. And if liquid nails isn't your thing, then I'd go perhaps with JB Weld ...for the overkillers in a lot of us ;) But remember to drill some holes in the studs themselves, because poly foam snakes it's way through.
P.S. Try not to do it in sections to-where you can see the assembly sections of the bus's roof, because heat will still escape thru. You studs must extend passed those. And FYI? ...consider the same idea of using poly foam when it comes to the skirting around the bus. When air passes thru under the bus, temperatures drop, and utility bills climb.3 days ago
Zarabeth Anderson Licensed EstheticianIs this mobile or stationary? Can you guys tell us how much more costly it is to drive a school bus over a conventional rv ive heard its not even worth it to convert because the gas will kill you and defeats the purpose whwn you could spend just as much on an rv4 days ago
Nita Spicer JosleynIt has been my dream since Jay Schaffer first work the book on Tiny Homes. I am disabled, but so want a Tumbleweed to call HOME! There is a quote by Jane Austin, "Nothing kills Spirit like poverty." I've gotten the stuff'n knocked out of me thru sickness and health costs and job loss.....Yet I still HOPE. Love these beautiful Tiny Homes!!58 · 5 days ago
Connie CraigAmen ! I learned a very valuable lesson this past holiday season. I had to take a leave of absence from work to care for my disabled husband. Christmas came we had no money for gifts. What we did have was each other. My husband survived 5 toes amputated and a triple heart by pass. I thank God every day .43 · 5 days ago
Kassandra GrahamThings are so low quality now..... with the mindset on everything being everything is so "disposable" now, well, it's just better not to get more than is needed anyway now, it's not like the kids are going to want any of it when you go anyway. So let it go now and don't hold on to what you don't need or value. No one will want is after you go.5 · 5 days ago
June Jarvis Leonei love the Cob homes. They are so beautiful and personalized. Right now I'm moving slowley through the purging part of the process. I live in a small 4 room apartment. I just need to get rid of all my stuff and continue to save up for my home.2 · 3 days ago
Diane J RudyDiscovered this lifestyle years ago amd never regret or miss the nonminimalist ,work all the time, gotta have it all , possesion needed life...all I need in life can pretty much fit in backpack ...so much happier now :-)2 · 4 days ago
Jean McGrathYOU ARE A Angle don't know how you do it but I pray every day for you guys and some how I got a feeling everything is going to be o.k. just hang in there joy comes in the morning. Love sweetie. .mom.2 · 5 days ago
Marge GaultI would appreciate this lifestyle at my tender age of 62. With my husband getting lung cancer this year and I have MS a simply lifestyle would be welcomed. Have paid out all our lives, and continue to pay.2 · 5 days ago
Susan AldrichI lived in a tent for a year. Moved up to a travel trailer. It makes me crazy when people think they need a huge bathroom or bedroom. My living room and dining room are outdoors as well as half my cooking area.3 days ago