Eventually there will be a full closet behind the composting toilet and also one on the opposite wheel well. They will somewhat separate the living space and our bedroom.
We finally got it titled as an rv last week so we took it to Moab and Silverton this last weekend. The only problem we had was when the coolant loop that I made after taking the rear heater out burst. Only took us a few hours to clean up an fix to get us back to Colorado. So now I will ask how did all of you loop your coolant heater lines?
Here are some pictures from the build and trip!
Just enough to get registered
Waking up to snow in the mountains outside of Durango, CO. It got to be 10 degrees in Silverton.
Dog friendly arch
Sunny day in Moab
Hole to the sky
It was a good first trip with the bus because we wanted to get out of Gunnison. We will be buying a 40 gallon water tank, on demand water heater, and a generator next. First comes a coolant flush and fill though.