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Bertha 2.0
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(12-18-2017, 05:01 PM)bLEEp Wrote: We have seen so many roads we could have been comfortable taking a shorty up that we are both to careful to take Bertha on.  The parking spot thing as well.  

Good call. That's why Putt is a short step van. As much as I'd like more space, being nimble (ha!) will have great benefit in the boonies.

Quote:A wedding. Yes you are all invited!

Oh man! Congrats! I'd love to come but can't 'til I quit my job...when are you planning it for?
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Bleep- Do you by chance have the inside dimensions of Bertha 1.0? As you know I got a shuttle bus for my build. It's a 25 passenger with the Champion body. On the E350 chassis. 1998. No handicap access doors. Even though I have gotten the bus I haven't been able to put my hands on it. That's due to me working in Little Rock, AR. (Good cheap places here for remote property). The bus is at my fathers ranch near Houston, TX. I was hoping to get a rough idea of the dimensions so I could play around with floor plans ideas. Have you found Bertha 2.0 yet? I know where there is (might still be there) short bus painted white from daycare. It's a chevy. Think 2000's model. It's here in Little Rock. Think they were asking $2,900. Probably snag it for $2,500 or less. Anyways, Thank you in advance for sharing all your adventure and experience with us.
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(06-12-2018, 11:59 AM)American Nomad Patriot Wrote: Bleep- Do you by chance have the inside dimensions of Bertha 1.0? As you know I got a shuttle bus for my build. It's a 25 passenger with the Champion body. On the E350 chassis. 1998. No handicap access doors. Even though I have gotten the bus I haven't been able to put my hands on it. That's due to me working in Little Rock, AR. (Good cheap places here for remote property). The bus is at my fathers ranch near Houston, TX. I was hoping to get a rough idea of the dimensions so I could play around with floor plans ideas. Have you found Bertha 2.0 yet? I know where there is (might still be there) short bus painted white from daycare. It's a chevy. Think 2000's model. It's here in Little Rock. Think they were asking $2,900. Probably snag it for $2,500 or less. Anyways, Thank you in advance for sharing all your adventure and experience with us.


She is approx. eight feet wide by six feet tall. We are still in her. We plan to keep her for at least another year to earn money and continue learning the ins and outs of the nomad life. We are all doing fantastic!!! Spent nearly a month with Blanch and Abnorm in the forest of Northern California and now are house sitting in Santa Cruz for about a month. Life is so amazing.
Lots of love from the Bertha crew.
Keep us all posted on your build Smile


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(06-12-2018, 12:09 PM)bLEEp Wrote:
(06-12-2018, 11:59 AM)American Nomad Patriot Wrote: Bleep- Do you by chance have the inside dimensions of Bertha 1.0?  As you know I got a shuttle bus for my build. It's a 25 passenger with the Champion body. On the E350 chassis. 1998. No handicap access doors.  Even though I have gotten the bus I haven't been able to put my hands on it. That's due to me working in Little Rock, AR. (Good cheap places here for remote property). The bus is at my fathers ranch near Houston, TX.  I was hoping to get a rough idea of the dimensions so I could play around with floor plans ideas.  Have you found Bertha 2.0 yet? I know where there is (might still be there) short bus painted white from daycare. It's a chevy. Think 2000's model. It's here in Little Rock. Think they were asking $2,900. Probably snag it for $2,500 or less.  Anyways, Thank you in advance for sharing all your adventure and experience with us.


She is approx. eight feet wide by six feet tall.  We are still in her.  We plan to keep her for at least another year to earn money and continue learning the ins and outs of the nomad life.  We are all doing fantastic!!!  Spent nearly a month with Blanch and Abnorm in the forest of Northern California and now are house sitting in Santa Cruz for about a month.  Life is so amazing.
Lots of love from the Bertha crew.
Keep us all posted on your build Smile


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Is/ was yours a 25 passenger? Are those dimensions after you did the walls,floor, ceiling?  How long is it in the passenger area behind the drivers seat?  Thank you Bleep !!
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Shy WELL THERE YA'LL ARE!  I WAS A WONDERING WHERE THE bLEEp YA'LL WUZ.  Tongue

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Love from the desert, and not the one we met in. This one has sand, live camels, and towels. Miss you all big hugs all around.
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