• In 2017, Logan and her partner, "Cheezy," bought an old school bus for $15,000.
  • They spent more than a year renovating the bus into their tiny dream home.
  • They now spend their days traveling around the country and helping local farmers through their freelance business, Ramblin Farmers .
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Logan and her partner Justin, also known as "Cheezy," met in 2014. They immediately bonded over their shared dream of living off the grid.

Over the course of the next few years, they spent time working on local farms together and decided to pair their passion for farming with traveling.

In 2017, they bought a bus for $15,000 and spent more than a year turning it into their new home. They said they learned how to transform the interior by watching YouTube videos and reading blogs. In January 2019, they were finally able to hit the road.

To realize their dream of living off the grid, the couple started a freelance farmhand business called Ramblin Farmers . Through Ramblin Farmers, Logan and Cheezy are able to offer their short-term farm services to small-scale organic farms around the country. They document their journey on their Instagram .

Business Insider caught up with Logan to find out what it was like to renovate the bus. In the tell-all interview, she walked Business Insider through what life has been like since hitting the road, and how they've been managing through the coronavirus pandemic.

If you have a renovation story you'd like to share, get in touch with this reporter at Lbrandt@businessinsider.com.

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