Are you like me? I love watching people build tiny homes and container homes. I'm one of those people that when I retire, I'd like to build something to live in. 

People are getting more and more inventive. I have some friends from high school who got married and made it a plan to retire by the time they turned 45.

They did it and know they travel the country in their RV exploring the country. I've read their blog and their adventures and it's a fascinating lifestyle.

I'm a little jealous, I can't tell a lie.

I'm always watching and looking at videos showing people's ingenuity when it comes to building their own tricked-out RV's and buses.

I came across the story of Ben and Mia who reside in Washington and they've taken an old school bus and modified it into a sweet place to live.

Here is the official description of the video and how Ben and Mia modified their school bus:

After building a Tiny House in Sweden, Ben and Mia moved back to the USA with their two babies under the age of 2 to convert a school bus as their next home on wheels. They plan on traveling around the country while the kids are young while looking for a place to settle down.

It's a pretty amazing school bus renovation, take a look at how the bus turned out in the video below

It's pretty amazing, isn't it?

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My friends Jason and Lusha are happily retired at a young age and they do their own blog that is worth reading about all of their conversions and the RV lifestyle. You can check out their blog here.

I'm still a long way from my own school bus, tiny house, or boat home renovation but I'm still fascinated by the lifestyle.  

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