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Xan McPherson

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Xan McPherson

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Xan grew up in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Sean and Xan met while pursuing their B.S. Degrees in Engineering Physics at the Colorado School of Mines. After graduating in May 2021, they bought their 5-window GMC Skoolie in Brooklyn, New York.

Their conversion was complete after four months of hard work, and they’ve been enjoying life on the road for over six months! They’ve been to 24 states, 22 National Parks and Monuments, and driven over 15,000 miles so far.

Currently, they are living in Seattle as Xan pursues her Ph.D. in Applied Physics and Computational Neuroscience. They are skiing, making art, working on improvements to Brook the Bus, and exploring as much of the Pacific Northwest as they can.

Xan is a professional watercolor artist; she painted a mural of the Coloradan Front Range on their purple bus. You can find Xan and Sean’s artwork, jewelry, and travel blog at https://artbyxan.com/ and follow their bus and travels on Instagram.

If you see their cute and unique bus on the road, don’t hesitate to come say hi!

You can contact
Xan and Sean at brookthebus@gmail.com
for any inquiries about their build, artwork, or anything else.

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