This is the front room work site.
On the right you can see the furnace I removed and sold. Some guy drove 200 miles to come and get it. I guess $50 was a good price.
On the left are two long curtains made of heavy material. I mounted them on tracks to isolate the bedroom which is in the middle of the bus. Had this been a totally empty bus when I bought it, I would have laid it out differently. I had to work around the existing structure.
The furnace is sitting on the last of the metal frames that supported all the car seats you saw earlier.
Towards the rear you see one of the five stacks of bendable insulation that were given to me by my friend Stanley. He got them from a factory he worked at.
They were used as packing material when they received shipments. He collected them for almost a year. He still has many more. Each piece is 2 feet by 2 1/2 feet.
It is made out of a spongy closed cell foam very similar to the wrapping around some soda bottles or fruit juice bottles, only a half inch thick.
Stanley is also the guitar player that I get together with weekly to play music and record. He has been playing for over forty years and has his own style.