We are Alyssa and Dan, owners of our converted short school bus named Lucky. We live in our tiny home on wheels full time. We own a digital marketing company which allows us to work remotely. We are very easy going and Lucky runs completely off solar so we don't use a generator. The goal is to live intentionally, see the world, and soak up everything this journey has to offer.
We recently adopted a 1.5 year old mixed breed dog, Rio! She is 40 pounds and loves all dogs and people (unless they charge at the bus, then she gets a bit protective). She is quiet and loves to play with toys and sticks. She has not yet been tested with cats, but does well with dogs and livestock.
We are a converted short school bus! We are completely self contained and run off solar. It has the front chasis of a Ford E-450 Econoline. We are 22ft long and have a shallow cargo port on the back with bikes.
They were a very nice couple. I enjoyed our chats while we took the dogs for a walk. They are welcome to stay here if they come through Bend again.
Please come back when you can. You are always welcome here. Leslie
We would gladly have LuckyBus stay with us again. They are a very interesting young couple with a cute rig.
We thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to meet this young couple. Their story was amazing and their ability to work on the road is inspiring. We hope their travels bring them our way again in the future.
A super nice couple with an envious lifestyle. They've done a beautiful job outfitting their bus. Hope they stay again sometime.
Lucky bus came and left while we were away so didn't get to meet them. Good communication. Would love to visit with them someday.
Sweet, sweet couple they were a pleasure and welcome back anytime! Their Luckbus home is absolutely adorable.
The Lucky Bus and inhabitants were great guests for a couple nights/days. Such guests are what all hosts hope to have visit, no problems whatsoever, quiet, nice. Luckybus can come back any time!
Due to our schedules I did not actually meet or speak with Luckybus, but I saw their rig in my driveway when I left for work as the sun was coming up over the mountains and it looked really cute. They don’t seem to have had any trouble navigating to my place and into my small urban driveway in the dark. Happy trails Luckybus!