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A family of four converted a decommissioned Air Force bus into an RV to live in — see inside

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  A family of four - a mother, father, baby, and their pet dog
  - converted a decommissioned Air Force bus into their own RV.
  
  The bus includes a kitchen, couch, two "office" spaces,
  crib-like pen for the baby, bathroom, roof deck, and master
  bedroom.
  
  
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  A family of four - mother Kristin, father Will, baby Roam, and
  pet dog Rush - purchased a decommissioned 1992 Blue Bird Air
  Force bus and converted it into their tiny home on wheels.

  The idea was originally conceived when the Jacksonville Beach,
  Florida couple Will and Kristin took a road trip up the coast of
  California in 2015 and slept in their SUV rental along the way.
  Kristin then became "obsessed with the idea of 
  #VanLife," according to the
  couple. However, at the time, Will wasn't convinced of the
  idea because they were in debt, had jobs, and owned too many
  belongings to live on the road.

  The couple finally decided to buy a bus and convert it into their
  tiny home when they started house hunting and traveling for work,
  opting for a bus instead of purchasing a new home. Kristin and
  Will were debt-free and working jobs that allowed them to be
  remote at the time of this decision. They had also become
  self-proclaimed minimalists.

  A few weeks after this decision, they purchased the Number Juan
  Bus, shortened to "Juan" or "Air Force Juan," which is now the
  cozy home to the family of four.

  The bus was originally used in the Air Force, maybe as personnel
  transport like other 1992 Blue Birds currently 
  for sale. Now, the bus' two beds and one bathroom make up the
  31-foot long, 190-square foot bus.

  Keep scrolling to learn more about Air Force Juan:

  • A family of four - a mother, father, baby, and their pet dog - converted a decommissioned Air Force bus into their own RV.
  • The bus includes a kitchen, couch, two "office" spaces, crib-like pen for the baby, bathroom, roof deck, and master bedroom.
  • Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories.

A family of four - mother Kristin, father Will, baby Roam, and pet dog Rush - purchased a decommissioned 1992 Blue Bird Air Force bus and converted it into their tiny home on wheels.

The idea was originally conceived when the Jacksonville Beach, Florida couple Will and Kristin took a road trip up the coast of California in 2015 and slept in their SUV rental along the way. Kristin then became "obsessed with the idea of #VanLife," according to the couple. However, at the time, Will wasn't convinced of the idea because they were in debt, had jobs, and owned too many belongings to live on the road.

The couple finally decided to buy a bus and convert it into their tiny home when they started house hunting and traveling for work, opting for a bus instead of purchasing a new home. Kristin and Will were debt-free and working jobs that allowed them to be remote at the time of this decision. They had also become self-proclaimed minimalists.

A few weeks after this decision, they purchased the Number Juan Bus, shortened to "Juan" or "Air Force Juan," which is now the cozy home to the family of four.

The bus was originally used in the Air Force, maybe as personnel transport like other 1992 Blue Birds currently for sale. Now, the bus' two beds and one bathroom make up the 31-foot long, 190-square foot bus.

Keep scrolling through the gallery above to learn more about Air Force Juan.

© Number Juan Bus

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