Мир удивило неожиданное решение женщины, которая сделала дом на колесах из пожарной машины. 

Одинокая 30-летняя мама Меган вместе со своей 11-летней дочерью Молли путешествуют в доме на колесах. Посвящая практически все свое время работе, Меган мало общалась с дочерью, что ее очень беспокоило. Так, она стала собирать деньги и когда ей удалось скопить нужную сумму, Меган с Молли начали новую жизнь, пишет 24 канал.

В сети показали дом на колесах, сделанный из пожарной машины, фото: YouTube

По ее словам, она откладывала по 5 тысяч долларов в течение трех лет, чтобы в итоге отправиться путешествовать с дочерью по Северной Америке. Однако Меган не хотела постоянно арендовать жилье, поэтому стала искать другое решение. Таким образом, она пришла к тому, что нужно приобрести свой фургон и стала выбирать среди микроавтобусов Mercedes Sprinter. 

Женщине не хватало денег на такое авто и когда она увидела объявление о продаже пожарной машины 1985 года - не сомневаясь, купила ее за 2 тысячи долларов. Всего за лето ей удалось превратить старый фургон в шикарный компактный дом. Меган не составило это труда, поскольку ее родители хорошо разбираются в строительстве и помогли ей. Электропроводку и солнечную энергию женщине провел ее друг Рэй. 

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I didn’t pick an easy life. I didn’t pick a life of comfort or normalcy. For years now I’ve put my body, mind and soul through hardship and survival. I’ve made poor choices, mistakes and I live with them now. I’ve also made some of the best choices one could make. Moments pass by me and I wonder if the choices I’ve made have been for the best. “But of course” my gut tells me, they’ve led you to become exactly who you are today. Strong, expressive, confident, tenacious, vigilant, independent. Words could keep flowing. But there is still the question. Pauses and moments behind those words, the great debate. Was this the right thing? What if? Slowly I’m led back to the beginning. I didn’t pick an easy life. Oh wait, because no life worth living ever came easy.

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Just before we hit the road we had the pleasure of meeting @adventuresofjessicalee Jess took some photos of us while we were in our last phases of building out our #homeonwheels . . . At this point in our lives the majority of my clothes had some type of stain or paint product on them and Mollie and I were just pushing to run away from the snow. At this point I had no idea the amount of people we would continue to meet, the community we would become part of. The tears of joy we’d share together looking at mountains and experiencing the desert for the first time. It was all just an idea. A dream. And we went for it, I went for it and our whole lives changed for the better. It was scary, uncomfortable and frustratingly hard work. But you know what, it was worth it. I learned so much about myself and my relationship with my daughter. My best friend. If you’ve got a dream just do it. Go for what scares you and makes you uncomfortable. Life begins outside of our comfort zone. Here I am, sitting in a house I built with my bare hands, holding my one truest love. A woman who sold everything she owned. A woman who in this photo was jobless. A woman who took her child out of school and hit the road. A woman who had no idea if it would work out. Trusted the universe and the unknown. Had a dream and went for it. I hope if you’re that woman somewhere, you never settle for anything less then you deserve. In this one life hunny, you deserve the world. Jess hadn’t shown me these photos until today, she emailed them to me. All of them brought me to tears.

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Mollies bed has changed three times in just over one year to support her growth. Growing up you’d always hear that cliche line “they grow up so fast” Well ya know what, THEY FREAKING DO! Mollies growing at an alarming rate. In one year I built three different beds and purchased nearly four new wardrobes. Good thing we thrift. #vanliving with #growingkids is a struggle but we always make it work. It’s crazy to look back on this from over a year ago and imagine her fitting up there now. • Do you live tiny with kids that won’t stop growing? Let me know in the comments below how you adjust. • 📷 @adventuresofjessicalee

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Living #ontheroad with two cats and a dog makes for one very full life for Mollie and I. Full in the best of ways. From the mountains to the desert this guy has been more places then the average cat. We like to call Mozart (five years old) our CAPTAIN. Mozart basically lives on the captains chair when we’re parked. Our captain is pretty sick. A $10.00 Ikea artificial grass rug has gotten the best of him. • Whether you live on the road or off you always have to be prepared for emergencies. We have emergency funds for our pets. Although it’s disappearing pretty quickly that’s what it’s there for. We couldn’t imagine not having our feline fella on the road with us. After all what’s a ship without its captain? • Do you have a plan for if your pets get sick?

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This photo is not staged and I’m okay with that. This is the natural state of our countertops when we are parked. Sometimes there is less shit, sometimes there is more. But this is the norm. • My kitchen space is my most favourite spot in the van. Well besides my bed, because #bedlife • The plans we have to move my bed and place a bathroom area in the back of the van are going to open up a whole world of storage possibilities for the kitchen. Today I’m doing some organizing in preparation for that. Also, we are going to the fabric store to buy fabric for the front bench cushions. • Part of our plan in coming home was to fully finish out the build and we are slowly checking things off the list before we depart Ontario. • *breaks out into dance*

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Hyser информировал, что советскую Таврию превратили в мощный спорткар.

Ранее портал писал, что заботливая дочь помогла маме с уборкой и выбросила банку с 20 тысячами фунтов сбережений.

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