As another weekend greets us, I thought come back to the original purpose of this blog – To bring people together, just as the Bustache intended. You might have noticed the “I’ve seen the ‘Stache!” tab on our blog. It’s a connection tool that we hope gets lots of use in the future. The Bustache… Continue reading Come together. Right now. Over me.
Missed Part I? Read it here. When you last left us, Steve and I just hatched a plan to get us out of a nightmare mini-bus in Zambia. “Can you pretend your sick?” Steve whispered. I nodded my head, started breathing heavy, rocking my torso and holding my hand over my mouth. Steve called to… Continue reading The Bad Bus Abroad. – Part II
I don’t want to sound dramatic, but that hasn’t stopped me this far, so I’ll just say it – getting Bustache was the work of destiny. Steve and I went camping for my birthday. We go every year, but this last year, two of our college friends joined us. And they brought a friend. Her… Continue reading You know you want me.
The first time my mom rode in the Bustache, she laughed, “Now THIS is what I remember about VWs.” “THIS” did not refer to the faint smell of sun-baked plastic or the decidedly 70’s green, orange & brown interior color scheme. It did not refer to the bread-box shape of its body or even the… Continue reading And the List Goes On…
We’ve had the Bustache for almost a year, and in that time we’ve driven him as far south as San Diego, as east as Joshua Tree and as north as Malibu. So, we’ve stayed pretty much within a 90-mile radius of our Orange County home. It was time for a bigger challenge, and my family’s… Continue reading You’ve Gotta have Hope.
Meet The Bustache’s new best friend – Westi. She likes to sit on the ledge and look out the back window. Westi in a Westfalia. :-)
Bustache Bemusing of the Day: I think I can, so I do. We are certainly not the first people to discover the joy of VW Bus ownership. Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the open road in a kombi and have experienced the magic. The earth-shaking rumbling of the engine, the reverberation of… Continue reading A Bit ‘o Magic