Mike Burlotos ditched his wall street wealth advisor life and went full-time nomad after turning an old shuttle bus into a solar-powered home on wheels. He now lives on the road with his dog Bailey in this mobile home, complete with a kitchenette, slide-out fridge / freezer, a two-seat dinette that turns into a couch as well as a twin bed, a TV, computer workstation area, as well as plenty of storage space.
As you get closer to the back, there’s a bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a shower space to ensure that he’s able to get cleaned up after an Iron Man event. During the warmer months, the rooftop deck can be used as a stargzing platform or just a place to relax. The shuttle bus is actually an old Ford E-450 powered by a 7.3L Powerstroke diesel engine making 325 hp and 450 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission.
- Power bank has a large battery capacity of 42800mAh, and uses high-density batteries to load a larger capacity without changing the volume and weight. The super battery life allows you to get rid of the anxiety and worries about the depletion of the device power anytime and anywhere.
- Solar power bank uses strong professional ABS material, Chemical resistant, heat-resistant, and has super surface hardness, high elasticity and toughness. IP67 waterproof,drop-proof and dust-proof, so you no longer worry about damage caused by water/drop, it can work in extreme environments. With more than 1600+ charging life cycles, it is very reliable and durable.
- Power bank is equipped with a super bright LED flashlight with a long range, It can work continuously for up to 100 hours.
After Covid gave him the ability to work remotely, he found himself in a new city struggling with his mental health. To try something new, he decided to give nomadic living a try in his Jeep Grand Cherokee. Shortly after, Mike decided that life on the road was something he wanted to continue to pursue,” said Tiny Home Tours.