Linus the Land Yacht: Episode 5 – Walls


This is just a short video – more of a follow up to the two previous. In discussion style, I talk about the special build-outs and particular challenges I faced during my build. Specifically, there was a C-channel that ran the length of the bus on which all the original benches mounted. I originally thought … Continue reading

Linus the Land Yacht: Episode 4 – Framing and Insulation Part 2


As for Part 2, the insulation largely reflected the work and effort in Part 1. Not hard. Just time consuming. Insulation is a straightforward process. It’s the little tricks that you learn along the way that make things easier. For instance, use scissors rather than a box cutter. This is more exacting, easier, and scissors … Continue reading

Linus the Land Yacht: Episode 3 – Framing and Insulation Part 1


Linus the Land Yacht: Episode 3 – Framing and Insulation Part 1 Building the walls was relatively easy. So was the process of insulating. The tough part is that it takes a long time to measure, cut, recut (if needed) and mount all the studs in the right places. It’s not like you’re working with … Continue reading

Linus the Land Yacht: Episode 1 – Series Introduction


First of all I wanted to say thanks for all the support. All of your wonderful comments have motivated me to stay on top of the edits and put out the entire series of videos documenting the build. Your support has not only kept me motivated to build and document this laborious process, but also … Continue reading

Linus the Land Yacht: Episode 2 – Gutting the bus from Seats to Roof


Gutting the bus was no easy business. But it was nothing compared to laying out a several-hundred-pound sheet of roofing rubber on the top. It wasn’t just heavy, either. It was blistering hot, absolutely enormous, it involved noxious chemical adhesives, and I had to make all the right cuts the very first time, or I … Continue reading