The Magic Bus Tour

I have added many little tidbits to the Magic Bus. None of them really worthy of their own blog. I have also repaired a few things, changed things up a little bit, moved things around, and even repainted a few places.┬áSo lets look…. Why not just take a tour of the whole van? ┬áHere is the Magic Bus tour.

First, I did add a gas stove to the kitchen. I purchased this guy right here..

TexSport Single Burner Stove

I see one review that says that it is cheaply made. I disagree. It’s simply made, but it’s not cheap. The steel is of heavy gauge and everything works great. I am highly impressed with this stove. Now of course if it clogs up real easy down the road, I might change my mind. As it stands now. It looks to me that it is just fine.

This was one of the first pictures I took of the van. This is what it looks like now.
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But stepping out, and coming in the side door…

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Looking from the front to back…

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Looking to the left, you will see the bathroom… complete with shower…

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Moving past, we get to the kitchen section. Still in progress, but there is at least a stove. The water tank is below.
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Looking to the right, you see the workstation and some of the outlets and controls…

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Turning around and looking back to the front…

With the bed area put up… With the bed pulled out…
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There are several more things to be done.

I am going to build a solar water heater and air heater. I am also going to build a vent for the stove, powered by blower. I am still deciding what to do with the rest of the kitchen. Everywhere else, there will be wire frame shelving.

Stay tuned.