The Fun Part

After only a few weeks of hard labor, the grunt work is done! Before we move on to the fun part, here is a recap of recent events…

 

The bus is completely cleaned out and prepped for building!

Clean and ready to go

Clean and ready to go

An important part of this conversion is making sure that rust will not be a problem.

All the rust is neutralized...

All the rust is neutralized…

Floor ground, wire-brushed, swept, vacuumed, mopped, and primed with Corroseal.

Floor ground, wire-brushed, swept, vacuumed, mopped, and primed with Corroseal.

We spent a buttload of money at Lowe’s over the weekend. This was quite a task… Steve built our shopping cart for hours and we were finalizing when a glitch in the Lowe’s website caused our shopping cart to EMPTY before we could complete the transaction! So Steve made a call and after a lengthy and very civilized conversation with a Lowe’s representative we got it worked out and Steve got us 10% off for our troubles. Not Bad.

 

Mary and I found some nice beadboard at the Restore which we will use on the ceiling.

The beadboard for the ceiling...

The beadboard for the ceiling…

Steve and Mary found a great deal on some nice flooring at a salvage shop in Woodbury.

Flooring... light wood is going to look so pretty!

Flooring… light wood is going to look so pretty!

Garey came over to look at the engine, but the batteries would not cooperate. More on that later.

Garey came over with his boys to look in on the engine, and we learned some new things about voltage and battery charging.

Garey came over with his boys to look in on the engine, and we learned some new things about voltage and battery charging.

We saved a few hundred dollars this weekend! Also checked in with the chickens….

The chickens seem to be doing alright since their excitement with Kora

The chickens seem to be doing alright since their excitement with Kora

…and spent some time in the studio.

What Steve does when he's not building tiny homes. He's so talented :)

What Steve does when he’s not building tiny homes.

And now for The Fun Part! …

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