It is all about presentation, and of course the implication!
Skoolie insurance is the hardest thing to deal with. It was the one thing we didn’t think would be a big problem. However it turned out to be a major pain in the butt. Continue reading “Skoolie Insurance Tips”
What do you do when you don’t know what to do?
Skoolie counters are always a challenge to build. You have the room for the depth but the height can be a problem. And the biggest problem is we have never done this before. Not just the building but living with the counters is a new experience. So how do we know what will work or what we will like? Continue reading “Skoolie Counter Building Simplified”
It is the little things that can get you in trouble.
Not everything worked in our 1995 Thomas school bus when we got it. But enough was working correctly to get her on the road fairly quickly. There were a few things that when fixed would make it safer, and not to mention much more enjoyable to drive. Continue reading “Fixing the Flashers in a Skoolie”
Getting the bus ready for its first trip!
If you don’t set a deadline you’ll never finish. That is what we found. After working on our Skoolie for a year we were not as finished as we wanted to be. So we set a deadline and worked hard to meet it. Continue reading “Skoolie Build Deadline”
Clearing inactive engine error codes is simple!
Skoolies post a lot about converting a school bus but very little about engine error codes. Or about the mechanical part of the school bus. I guess maybe thats because they have professionals work on their buses. I don’t really know. But we have a 22 year old bus and that means not many mechanics have experience working on them. Continue reading “How to clear International 3800 Engine Error Codes”
The adventures of replacing 22 year old school bus doors!
They were rotted and needed to be removed right away! But where to find new ones. And if we can find new ones, how do you remove them, or replace them? Once again we had no idea what we were doing. But that has never stopped us before. Continue reading “Shut the Front Door!”
How to mess up really well thought out plans!
I seem to be really good at messing up my own plans. I don’t know if its a gift or a curse. But I do know it comes naturally to me. Continue reading “Yeah, Then We Got A Lithium Battery”