Bus update time! Check out previous bus conversion posts here – 1, 2 & 3.
Last week we started tearing apart the old seats to salvage the foam inside. Nevermind the fact they’d been sitting out in the elements for two months. My dad is
For real though, that doesn’t take away how absolutely nasty of a job this was. The vinyl had let in water and then held it in. When you cut the seats open they sounded exactly like someone peeing. There are certain textures I don’t really like to touch or I get the
Also inside the
This week was also for building the second long bench and hanging the table! Both things make the bus feel so much more complete. Obviously both things also still need a lot more work done on them but having the basic framework done is so wild! Sitting at the table with my nieces and nephew I can envision us actually on the road. It’s exciting!
For only working on this bus one day per week I think we’re absolutely killing it! In person, while we’re actually there, it feels a bit like its slow going but when I look back at the previous posts I’m able to see just how quickly things are progressing. Even the difference from my last post to this one is huge! xoxo
Dudes wearing hair barrettes is my new fave thing!! hahah! Love it and love the fact your dad looks so natural just working away with his cigar in his mouth; he seems like such a character! Really looking forward to seeing the final product and also, as a side note, your new profile pic and site header look cuuuute!
Thank you, Sam!! 🙂