Not much Dan... just slowly plugging away on the bus. I've got a few more walls covered but visually not much has been going on. More behind the scenes kind of stuff.
Here is a picture of the underside of the upper storage. Once finished the wall to lid joint will have a quarter round trim piece of sorts.
Also none of the wood is fully attached, it is all just "tacked" up. Trim work is still needed.
Here is a quick shot of the bathroom from above the shower pan and through the wall dividing the bath and kitchen. After some more discussions with the wife, we've decided to do a little bit of tile so I'm thinking the bathroom vanity top and possibly a wall or two will get some tile. Maybe a wayne's coat kind of thing. So baically the vanity you see here is gone. I'm gonna build the face cabinet and obviously make my own top for tile.
The counter top here is going to be on a hinge with a set of struts to assist. It will also be tile with a tile back splash. The counter will be two individual tops over the fridge/freezer. The tile counter top over the island will be solid.
The back wall here is going to get some 1/2 inch closed cell foam. Not for R value but more for sound deadening. At least that's what I tell myself.
As far as the metal framing goes, I could not be happier. It has been so straight forward and really quite simple to adjust a wall or such if needed. The biggest bummer about metal is the absolute need to cover all the framing, in my opinion. Both for strength and I really don't want any sharp metal edges exposed at all.
Past that I really think it's the way to go.
First part of next month I'm going to have some good long days I can dedicate to the bus so expect to see some more pictures around then.