I LOVE OUR HOME❤🌲
🌻Living in a schoolbus full time on the road has its ups and downs🌻
•Pros: being able to explore the USA piece by piece, finding a place you love and saying "lets spend a full week here, just for the heck of it." The curious people with loads of questions about our lifestyle (we love all of you, seriously, you are so kind. Please never hesitate to stop and ask us questions!). No electricity bill (HELLO solar power). The ability to spend nights in the middle of nowhere and being able to see endless amounts of stars, laying on the top deck in a sleeping bag next to @asishpoddar, counting the shooting stars. The tenacious and overwhelming sense of freedom, in my opinion, is the best pro of them all.
•Cons: This thing goes pretty slow, sorry other drivers, just pass us😏. The amount of space- minimizing everything you own. Its extremely difficult to part with your possessions you're used to having in your day-to-day life. Living in CLOSE quarters with your spouse and not killing each other 😅 so far so good. Our bus only holds 30 gallons of water, so figuring out how to use WAY LESS resources. •
The list of pros and cons could go on and on and on, but those are the ones that sit at the forefront of my mind right now. Regardless, we're two weeks in and we are LOVING this lifestyle ✌✌
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