A few weeks on the road and Fran is doing well minus front tires. They started to bubble so waiting for income to hit this week before replacing them. Cheapest I can find in Cheyenne WY is two front low pro steer tires, new, for some $800ish (taxes ouch).
Notes from a skoolie builder who has no carpentry, metalwork skills
If you think the cabinet is secured down, try going over a curb a few times to be sure. Yeah, need to secure furniture better.
What looks like you built and installed straight probably isn't unless you're a carpenter. Next time I'm going with prebuilt things like used cabinets--failing that I'm heading to Ikea.
Remember to turn wide or you hit a curb and dishes will break, even if they don't fall. Oops.
I absolutely would never again do the summer tripping without a way to run an AC anytime I wanted, anywhere
. Funny, never bothered me before and I've traveled most my life by foot, train, car, van, RV and boat. Guess I'm getting old.
All and all, bus is working out well. Did need to open the wheelchair lift door, which was previously insulated and locked in place. Just NOT enough air flow to the front with only 3 windows to use.
Will be doing tires Friday morn then heading off across I84 to Idaho for a couple weeks of camping. Love that state.