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Janette and Eric Aldape

BCM Authors are the dedicated individuals who contribute their expertise and passion to Bus Conversion Magazine. These talented writers and enthusiasts play a vital role in sharing their knowledge, tips, and insights on bus conversion, allowing readers to embark on their own transformative journeys. Whether they're seasoned experts or enthusiastic newcomers, BCM Authors are a diverse community that comes together to inspire, educate, and foster a sense of community among bus conversion enthusiasts. Their articles serve as a valuable resource, offering guidance, inspiration, and a shared love for the art of converting buses into unique and extraordinary homes on wheels.

Janette and Eric Aldape

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Eric and J quit their corporate jobs and have been nomadic since 2018.  They started out traveling to National Parks in a Toyota 4Runner which turned into living in a yurt while volunteering at a WWOOF farm in CA. Afterward, they volunteered in Senegal, West Africa with Peace Corps.

When the pandemic hit, and all volunteers were sent home, Eric and J decided a Skoolie was the perfect solution for their adventurous lifestyle. They have been full-time in their 28’ International Skoolie since March 2020 and have explored 30+ states and Baja Mexico.

Recently they have found a balance between traveling and volunteering/working on various farms. They have a passion for farm life and love using local fresh ingredients for crafting dinners and cocktails in their Skoolie kitchen.

Follow their journey on
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