A woman who lives with her three dogs in a beautifully modified school bus shares snapshots of her life on the street in which she washes clothes and changes toilets.
Francesca, a free-spirited traveler, shares her journey with her 2.7 million followers. Tick tock Who is amazed at her picture-filled lifestyle.
The woman, who shares space with three dogs and her companion, answered fans’ questions about the process of living on the street.
He said: “I made this video about how our toilet works forever but never shared it!”
In the short clip she shows that there are two different places – one for “number one” and the other for “number two”.
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He explained that he had a composting toilet and that he emptied “Number One” every two to three days while he cleaned up about “Number Two” monthly.
He said: “The only thing that has changed is that we go back and forth between using pet kai or cocoa coir.
“Honestly, both work very well and work! And yes, I am the one who handles changing the manure and emptying the urine jug.”
Francesca also said that many people wanted to know how they wash their clothes.
He uploaded a video of himself going to the laundry where they regularly stop.
But it’s not just Francesca and the open road, she had to live with epidemics.
One person asked: “Obviously I understand that you are still physically on the bus during the quaid but do you have to stay in an RV park or campground?”
Van Life Advocate replied: “To keep everyone at home, yes, we are basically parking our space. We only move when we have to.”
In other news, people never believe what’s inside our little van, we spent months making it and even found a home cinema.
Meanwhile, I turned an old rusty caravan at the bottom of the garden into a forest shelter, like going on vacation.
Also, I’ve saved hundreds when I replaced an old IKEA cabinet with a new one for only 15.