Quake survivors ditch the high-life for the ‘bus life’ | Stuff.co.nz

The stained wood-paneling was Amber Macintosh's idea, and she did sanding and staining for the fit-out.

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The stained wood-paneling was Amber Macintosh’s idea, and she did sanding and staining for the fit-out.

It took another five years, a post-traumatic stress breakdown for Cleverley and post-natal depression for Macintosh, before they acted on their mid-quake epiphany. Cleverley spent 2016 converting an old school bus bought on Trade Me and the pair, along with their children, Jake, 6, and Daisy, 4, swapped corporate office jobs for life on the road.

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