ALSO i huge milestone is the rear bed. Its done. It crazy when i look back and remeber how i use to draw the bed and drawers on scrap paper at work a year ago, and how after so much dreaming, and and all the plans i have in my head, it ended up turning out exactly as i had imagined, hell it came out better.
How did i do it? hell if i know, i have ZERO experience with this stuff, ive never really built anything but someone how it worked. Putting the drawer slides were rough, the whole thing i was told was WAY over engineered but whatever, i works and function how i want it to, and better yet, i built it myself. If i had to do it again, i would be F%$Ked cause it was all trial and errors; and loads of errors... loads of errors.
So this is the front face, with our dinning room table pulled out. We didnt want to ad a table, or a fold \up table attached to walls only cause we really do have very little space, again its only a 25' bus, so wedecided a long time ago this is how we would do it, and somehow it worked.
Still need to cleans and add the finishing touches on the interiors
Obviously it still needs to be stained and sanded, but well save tht for later.
The drawers only take up half the space under the bed, which gave us a lot of room for extra storage, accessible from the rear emergency door, and the rear side emergecy door on the passenger side. We call this is our garage which will hold all of our camp/hiking gear, skis/ skateboards, etc, all the things we need but dont necessarily use every day
This is from the rear side emergency door, here you can see all the space we have
with the back door in view. the side door will be usefull for things like skis, or anything long tht wouldt fit in the back door.
This is the rear door