Uriah Takes Shape

The boys have been working hard on Uriah’s conversion! We’re excited to see this week’s progress. ๐Ÿ™‚ See below for pictures.

Joseph and John
Joseph and John
Jesse working on sound/heat proofing the engine. Yes, you do see Jesse wearing a sweatshirt. We had record-breaking cool temperatures this week--it truly felt like Colorado. We are thoroughly enjoying the cooler temperatures! Perfect bus-working weather.
Jesse working on sound/heat proofing the engine. Yes, you do see Jesse wearing a sweatshirt. We had record-breaking cool temperatures this week--it truly felt like Colorado. We are thoroughly enjoying the cooler temperatures! Perfect bus-working weather.
I couldnt believe how much progress was made this week in the bus. Much of the back half of the bus has been framed out.
I couldn't believe how much progress was made this week in the bus.
Anna helping to clean up the construction mess.
Anna helping to clean up the construction mess.
Another cleanup support team member!
Another clean up support team member!
Jesse
Jesse
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Looking toward the back of the bus.
Cutting wood for the walls.
Cutting wood for the walls.
Joseph has been building the bunks and installing them. Amazing progress.
Joseph has been building the bunks and installing them. Amazing progress.
The bunk you see is the middle bunk: well have one below it and one above it. We will have two sets of bunk beds plus another bed either above or below the clothes area.
The bunk you see is the middle bunk: we'll have one below it and one above it. We will have two sets of bunk beds plus another bed either above or below the clothes area.
Joseph--our master craftsman :-)
Joseph--our master craftsman ๐Ÿ™‚

Rejoicing in Jesus,
Sarah

“In God is my salvation and my glory: the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God” (Psalms 62:7).

6 thoughts on “Uriah Takes Shape”

  1. You ought to visit Colorado in the summer; I think you will find it is every bit as hot and dry as your location! Colorado can have extreme cold in winter and then extreme heat in summer.

    It is exciting to see your work on the bus. Keep up the good work!

  2. Looking good! I know there’s a lot more work involved than “meets the eye.” Been there, done that! God bless your hard work!

  3. What a wonderful family you have. It’s so nice to see brothers and sisters working together in harmony. I’m fairly new to this site and am wondering about the bus conversion. Was the old layout poorly done, or are you just running out of room? Hope that Grandma and Grandpa are doing better these days.
    In Christ,
    Miss Laura
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    Hi Laura,

    It was a passenger bus before we purchased it.
    SM

  4. how exciting to watchyour home on wheels come together. i must tell you how impressed i am with the work the boys are doing. fine craftsmen they all are. it will be wonderful fr you to have uriah just as you need her to be, and place where you can be together as a family and comfortable too. it looks like everyone will have their own bed when the conversion is completed? and is that a shower i see in the background of one of the pictures? all these changes will make all the diference for you when travel.

    mr. R. and i have been shopping for a trailor/rv the last 2 years. we just want something we can take the dogs in and go away together overnight at one of the many sites nearby. i have enjoyed sharing your conversion with him and it does make him wish he could build his own (it’s the engineer in him too that makes him want to do this:)

    keeping you all in our prayers. blessings, mrs. mari
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    Yes, bunks and a shower.

    sm

  5. We were surprised when we saw that you all experienced cool weather this week. Yesterday, here in FL the high was 96 degrees with a “real feel” temperature of 113 degrees!
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    That is the nice thing about Kansas. In the summer there will be some refreshingly cool days and in the winter some warm days. It can vary a lot.

    SM

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