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.
- Solar power bank portable charger uses strong professional ABS material, Chemical resistant, heat-resistant, and has super surface hardness, high elasticity and toughness.
- Portable charger is compatible with all USB devices such as smartphones and tablets.
- Solar charger 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.
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.