Missing Emergency Escape Hatch Part 2!
The Skoolie escape hatch story continues. When last we left the missing escape hatch was not fixed permanently. We had put something together that would keep most of the rain out, but it was far from a permanent fix. Continue reading “Skoolie Escape Hatch Replacement”
76 Inches Of Thrilling Headroom!!
You want the Skoolie Hump! You Need the Skoolie Hump. This hump is what every roof-raiser wishes they had. And we got ours out of pure luck! Continue reading “The Skoolie Hump”
Fix, break, repair, repeat – the Skoolie Two-Step
A 23 year old Skoolie often needs common repairs. Things like dashboard lights burn out. And repairing them is always a balance between repairing a problem and causing more damage. Continue reading “Skoolie Dash Repair”
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”
The glass is big flat and hard to install, better get a professional!
It wasn’t on our punch list but it still needed to be done. The windshield had a lot of chips and stains and one HUGE scratch. Today just seems the right time to change it out. Continue reading “Replacing the Windshield on a Skoolie”