Haven't had time for the Yonder this week, which has probably been a good thing. I've settled on a plan to build from back to front, top to bottom, running the wiring between the frame rails underneath in conduit.
Since my floors are rusty and I own a welder, I've been thinking of cutting out sections and welding in storage bays (like under the bed with has about 12" under it, would allow for at least 18" between bed and the bottom of the sheet metal.
Our bed will be all the way back (a full size), then the shower on the passenger side and the toilet on the drivers side, then the wheel wells. On top of the wheel wells we will put the fresh water tank, water heater, and storage cabinets. In front of the wheels, on the drivers side is the sink then fridge,then futon; on the passenger side is storage, then table with two benches, then navigator seat.
How big do my tanks need to be? We plan on 3 or 4 people at a time, (sometimes 5 or 6) and want the ability to stay parked for 4 days between dumps if possible, most of our camping will be in state and national parks, we also plan to take a month long trip next year.
I've also been trying to find a way to skin the windows (they are 28" tall x 25" wide) cheaply, they seem to be just alittle too big for using flashing.