DeYana took a leap of faith and hit the road with her converted mini-bus
DEYANA WALKER: My name Deyana and this is my self-converted school bus. Welcome to my home.
I decided to buy a bus because I got out of a relationship about a year and a half ago. And then so a week later, I bought a bus. I don't think it's going to be my end all, be all, but I wanted to, you know, experience it while I'm young. And then now, I'll always have a story to tell my kids when I'm older.
I hand-painted everything with a roller and a brush. I'm super proud of this mural. My mom had a sticker of it and I really loved it so I freehanded it on both sides of my bus. Let's take a look on the inside.
I have my kitchen area. It's kind of split up into two. On this side, I have a nice, deep sink. And then on this side, I have a three burner stove then a full oven down there.
I also have a couch space here. I eat here, I work here, and I sit here and enjoy TV. One of my favorite features on my bus is my roof deck up top. I like to just hang out up here to do some yoga, as well as watching the sunrise or sunset.
Next, moving into the bedroom area, underneath here I have a bed space for Honcho. And it was super important for me to be able to give him his own space. And then I have a full size bed in here, perfect size for one or two people. Thank you for checking out my school bus home.