After Traveling the World a Family Turned a Public City Bus into a Gorgeous Home
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For Scott and Emily Manning's two adorable kids, the classic "The Wheels On The Bus" song takes on a whole new meaning.
The couple spent 12 months traveling to 12 different countries — their infant son Carter in tow — and really took to the minimalist lifestyle of living out of backpacks.
Not wanting to give up this new way of life, they decided to transform an old Denver city bus into a cozy mobile home with their newest addition, Zellie. Said bus is currently their permanent residence, and they document their adventures on their blog, "Where We Roam."
Scott Manning spoke to INSIDER from his office inside the bus, which is currently based in Oregon.
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After graduating from college in 2012, Scott and Emily Manning couldn't find a house that fit their needs and finances. They decided to travel, instead.
"We went as far as Florida and as high as Maine, and got to see a lot of things in between," Scott Manning said.