I first introduced her to you here, then you got to see some progress here, then she sat neglected for quite some time. We did have some stuff going on to be fair, pregnancy, baby, moving house, winter etc etc.
I am so pleased with my design and the interior work and Rene is rightly proud of his hard work on the plumbing and electrics. He began with no prior knowledge and he just figured it all out and got her working just fine. What a buzz.
We've had so much fun fixing up our vintage camper, getting her working just right for our family's needs. And we finally took her camping last Friday! We didn't go far and are blessed to live very close to a couple of great state parks with camping pads. Everything went 100% smoothly and was so much fun.
OK, I'll start with a refresher of the before.
You get the gist.
I love this mat.
bathroom (oops I need to get more hooks for the curtain)
view from bathroom
open bins (for shoes and misc things we want to just throw in there)
tilt out trash
Slide out pinteresty type pantry thingy
Poor, pathetic cushion cover, my first attempt. I will make a better one some day. I've learned what not to do now!
loft as daytime storage
Main daytime hangout stage, which is storage and a bed
My fav. Pic of a Peach tree, with little colorful leaves still learning how to bloom, and a field of heather beneath it.
it folds down
to a table with storage
Bench also turns into a table
Bench also turns into a bed.
Loft also becomes a bed
and has a rope ladder which the kids like to use as a swing (I'm glad we reinforced all studs!)
We still have to make the lights pretty, but Rene got them all working beautifully.
I still want to decorate the exterior, but we got the most important bit done
I guess I'll leave it with some action shots. :)
Don't judge me
Stop the judging already! Jeez, you people.
This drawer made a great fridge with some added ice packs
Just because she's cute
Mmmm Stir fry
She's plenty cozy and comfy
You guys, *this* is the life!