Noah and Sarah have been married for 7 years. Together they’ve moved 5 times, paid off over $20,000 worth of debt and are daily accomplishing the daunting task of raising fourkids in a school bus while working toward building their forever home.
Lily is a voracious reader and fantastic big sister. She loves playing with friends, reading the encyclopedia and watching Wild Kratz. She’s not a fan of anything scary and really, really wants to live in a house.
Emmaline loves homemade tacos, is supremely confident in her knowledge of everything and daytimes as a swing-set prodigy. She is constantly asking to play with her baby brother and her favorite book is Harold and the Purple Crayon.
Finnegan’s hobbies include getting into absolutely everything he can get his hands on, riding his balance bike and yelling really, really loudly. He’s never met a piece of dirt he didn’t like and frequently exercises his God given gift of free will.
Sawyer’s birth story was interesting. My water broke in a liquor store parking lot, he was born in the hospital hallway and brought home to a school bus. Such auspicious beginnings clearly denote future greatness and we await to see what he brings into the world with bated breath.
The Busosaurus is a 1970 International Double-decker school bus that was purchased off Craigslist for $1000. It is about 400 square feet, has a non-working radiator, a fully-remodeled interior and occasionally leaks when it rains. The Springfields call it home.
The Prairie is an acre and a half of land in a semi-rural area in North County San Diego.
Here’s what the bus looked like when it was first purcahsed and a video tour of the entire inside while under construction and after completion. You can now also see before and after shots of the inside.