Well we got most of the subfloor done today. I took some pictures too, unfortunately they were on my camera (not on a card) and I've yet to find the cord to hook it up to the computer. I may just put a card in the camera and retake the same pictures so that I can post them tomorrow. I'm thinking of going with the idea of using the bathroom floor as a shower pan, with a drain in the floor. I figured that instead of putting the shower head above the bathroom door, I could just put it over the tub, and then bend it to face the floor when I want to take a shower instead of a bath. In doing this, I will still be able to put the bathroom where the wheel humps are how I originally planned. My only concern now is whether or not the differential will get in the way of the drain. At worst, I can just put the drain right behind where the differential ends.
I checked out bus number 9 and I was very impressed with the quality of work. I am planning to put a lot of great craftsmanship into Victoria. So far it is going well, and quickly. We plan on having the rest of the subfloor (including steps) and the exterior walls framed by tomorrow morning. Perhaps we can frame the interior walls now that I have basically planned the layout, but I think it might be better to wait until we get the tub and appliances in, so that we know they'll fit.
It is going along quickly, but I suppose since my uncle only works a few hours a day, and I only work a few hours a week, there is a lot more time than most people have to dedicate to it. Anyways, I'm still stoked
about it, and I can't wait for the maiden voyage. For the record I have no idea when or where that will be, but the prospect is still very exciting!