So, I wanted to lay out some ground rules, mostly for me, but so you all will know where I am headed with this thing, that way some of my decisions will make more sense.
First off, this is not going to be a tiny home on wheels, I love those and think they are super cool, but this is not going to be lived in. It is not going to be a full tie RV.
This is going to be a weekend/week RV for trips around the North West. Here the weather is very mild and I should be able to get by with a normal RV propane heater or 2.
I do not plan to do any Off-Grid living, so no solar panels or extra large battery bank. I will have house batteries, but maybe 2.
I do want most stuff to be RV Propane powered, not AC only. This way I can boon-dock if I want, but will mostly be in state or private parks.
I own a nice house that will be paid for in about 12 years, about 8 years before I retire. So selling my house and moving into this would be a poor idea right now.
So, I figure that if someday I do need or want to full time it/tiny house, I will build another and use what I learned building this one to make my next one perfect(or close)
So I guess I just wanted to put out a Mission Statement so to speak so if anyone looks at my build they will know why I am doing things the way I am, and if they want a tiny house/full time RV that they need to follow someone else's build.
As for the build progress, I am almost done removing the floor and will post pictures of it when it is sanded and painted this weekend.