Been working on some small projects on the bus because I get boored just letting it sit there. I put a new fan in the roof vent that I got at Radio Shack. The old one was god awful noisy and this one is whisper quiet. It is rated to move about 85 cubic ft of air per minute. Love the noise reduction because it is right above where I usually sit, and even when I have my hearing aids in, it's tollerable.
View of the new fan from the top of the bus
I also put in a 12 volt socket in my kitchen area. I only had that up in the front of the bus and I wanted one mid-ship so I could plug in my 12 volt fan and refrigerator when I go places without hook-ups. The socket didn't come with a cover, but I found an old wine cork in the bus from a previous outing and it fits perfectly
Now I'm working on repainting theroof vents on the top of the bus. I'm painting them gold to match the stripes down the side and give some more color. Was kinda glad I took those down because the one that covers the sewer vent pipe had a great deal of rust on the inside. I didn't realize the moisture coming out of the pipe would cause that much rust, especially since these roof hoods are designed to create air flow while driving down the road.
Painted roof vent cover
First gold cover put up top...3 more to go