Huzzah! The bus is legal in calif after a billion years of DMV crap. Cost a pretty penny too because of the weight and all the delays which racked up a huge late fee. Anyway, the brake lights now do not work at all so I'm forced due to my inexperience with electrical doo wops to take her to a shop. Just so happens there is an International based shop nearby though I know...just KNOW I'm going to have to sell my leg to pay for it.
Which means I'll have to have them run a line for the other windshield wiper because I screwed that up.
Oh well-expensive lesson learned. Do not pull if you don't know where it goes.
Floor only needs a few more screws plus some tightening here and there and she's a done deal! The cork underlayment arrived-thinner than I'd thought but that's cool as I have a 200 yard roll
I've had to cut the finances back as the CC payment is now twice the amount due to that new law about 20 yrs to pay off due to low payment schedules, etc etc. Bottom line is new is going to be rare; used/well used will be the norm. Still need a floor to walk on but maybe I can find a discount floor stores if not in Riverside maybe OC.
Question: What are the pros/cons of having a pantry over the wheel well? I was thinking that would work for me instead of making a lot of cabinets. Over the other wheel well I am putting the battery bank/solar system. Nothing fancy really but I did find a RV place that sells solar kits. Since I'm not full-timing it nor do I have a lot of appliances, I could do ok with solar though this is still at the planning stages.
That's it fer now. Heres to some clear weather for painting!