Anyone know anything about this?
I'm a tad late for responding here, but that "woodie schoolie" makes a unique statement, for sure. Although I've never owned one, nor will I attempt to go the hippy route for a conversion, I still enjoy seeing the creative stuff that shows up at RV parks. Of course a few RV parks will flatly reject a schoolie for fear it will "offend" the other RVers, or something like that.
My wife phoned ahead to a so-called "resort" park last winter, and all went well until they asked what type of RV we had. She just said "a bus" without elaborating. The park manager got on the phone and asked that we file attach a photo so they could determine if it would be acceptable. I pulled over in a highway rest stop, got out the computer, hooked up to the MiFi, and sent a photo. Soon, we were on the way to the park and phoned to see if they had the e-mail and photo. Yep, they did and we were "approved". An hour or so later we motored up the highway and were nearing the entrance then we got a good look at the park. We rolled right on past! The place was the pits. Wife phoned them and cancelled. Next stop was a Wal-Mart, where by ironic coincidence, we parked near a very neatly converted schoolie. I didn't have a lot of time to chat, but the owner did give us a quick history of the exterior work. Wish I had taken photos. It had a small covered rear porch complete with railing.