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How living in a 200-square-foot school bus has made me an ultra-minimalist

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 02, 2016 01:03 AM
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by Michelle Kennedy Hogan last modified Jan 31, 2016

Sometimes, I sit in my lawn chair at night, next to the campfire, and look at the big blue bus in my campsite spot -- or in the parking lot of a Walmart -- or wherever we may be at the moment, and I think: “Wow. This is all I own in the world.” Everything




 

 

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Sometimes, I sit in my lawn chair at night next to the campfire, and look at the big blue bus in my campsite spot—or wherever we may be at the moment—and I think: “Wow. This is all I own in the world.” Everything in the world that I have to my name is currently inside a 1975 International Harvester school bus, and really, we don’t have much. We bought the bus in Alaska and have driven it over 4,000 miles in 6 months, exploring the Yukon Territory, British Columbia, and the Pacific Northwest.


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