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Here We Go Again Converting a School Bus Into a Home on Wheels

As I was thinking about how to write this blog post, the song Here I Go Again by Whitesnake emerged. Do you know the song?

Sometimes A Song Says It All

I just started to smile as the lyrics rushed back to my memory from years ago.  As I was singing it (Be thankful that you didn’t have to endure it because I was really having fun and your ears would have NEEDED the ear buds.), I realized how relevant it was to this post.

So without keeping you in suspense here is our latest news!

 

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HERE IS OUR NEW BUS! HERE WE GO AGAIN!! LET THE BUILDING BEGIN!!

No, we don’t know where we are going, But we sure know where we’ve been.

We are not hanging on the promises in songs of yesterday but on the promises that God has made for our family.  Promises to protect us, and guide us as we follow wherever He leads.

We have made up our minds, we ain’t wasting no more time.

Tho’ we keep searching for answers, we know who holds them. Oh Lord, we pray You give us strength to carry on, ‘Cos we know what it means to walk alone and we don’t want to take a step without You.

An’ here we go again NOT on our own.

Goin’ down the road where God leads. Thankful that we are not walking alone! An’ we’ve made up our minds, we ain’t wasting no more time. There are hearts in need of rescue waiting on God’s forgiveness and love.
Goin’ down the road where God leads. Thankful that we are not walking alone! An’ we’ve made up our minds, we ain’t wasting no more time. There are hearts in need of rescue waiting on God’s forgiveness and love.
An’ we’re gonna hold on for the rest of our days, ‘Cos we know what it means to walk alone and we’d prefer to walk a steady walk with Jesus. So, here we go again, Here We Go Again,

 HERE WE GO AGAIN,

 HERE WE GO AGAIN CONVERTING A BUS INTO A HOME ON WHEELS.

What does this mean for our family? We really don’t know as of yet. All I can say is we will just see where God takes us. Maybe we will sell our home and move into the bus full-time. We could just leave the house to Sierra while she is in college and move into the bus with the other kids. All us except Sierra loved living and traveling in the bus. There is the option of living part time in the bus and part time in the house. Hmmm…… While we are waiting to see how life unfolds for us why don’t you stick around and join us for the journey?

If you haven’t heard how our Skoolie journey started, you can read all about it here.

Have you ever thought about living/traveling in a converted school bus? If so, tell us about your experience or dream in the comments.

 


 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Chris Vetters March 18, 2017 at 11:06 am - Reply

    Love what you all standing my wife and I are in the dreaming/planning/looking for our first bus to convert. Our plan is to camp in our 94 Jayco camper then part it out and use most of it for our conversion the a.c. works great hot water tank is newer working heater stove refrigerator etc all the expensive stuff. Thank you for putting this all together. I’m loving it. Although my wife is calling it obsessed with it. Lol. Thank you again look forward to the course.
    Chris

    • discoveringus March 23, 2017 at 9:24 pm - Reply

      Hi Chris, It is great to have you hanging out with us on the blog. You are most welcome. It is great to know that you are finding the information helpful. Let me know if I can help you in any way.

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