Part 2: How to convert a school bus into a home

There is a lot of space in a bus, if you take all of the seats out.  You can build a loft to sleep on and store winter clothes and other supplies under it.  A few book shelves can provide space for kitchen supplies and a library.  Curtains on the windows ensure a little privacy…  I wish my parents had thought a little harder about insulation though, that thing got HOT in the summer and COLD in the winter!  Heating a metal home wasn’t so bad, just needed two wood stoves that vented out windows.  But when it was hot, there was no way to fix it.

I had a lot of time to dream.  We lived so far outside of society that I spent a considerable amount of time in the wilderness, imagining a different life; one that other kids had, with houses and routine.  That imagination has never diminished.  In fact, it has grown into something I can’t ignore, outside the bounds of my head.  Theater was not a big enough space to hold such an imagination, so I turned to film.

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