Not getting so much done this month now that winter is closing in on Michigan. I also had both of our daily drivers down for service - growling front wheel bearings on my van and two broken rear springs on wifey's Rendezvous. Don't buy an early model Rendezvous, way too many problems there.
Our dinette is getting a standard bench on one side and the passenger captain's chair on the other; no room for another bench *and* the captain's chair. Lots of storage space under the bench. I bought an RV mattress to cut up for cushions but it didn't have normal foam inside. Instead the padding is some kind of plastic matrix that's a bear to cut. I went through three blades in my box cutter cutting the first piece. For the next piece I fired up the table saw and that worked way better.
The last upper cabinet is in.
I decided to keep the existing wheelchair doors. Here I've got most of the insulation board in. The edges of the window openings will be trimmed out with carpeting then covered with a naugahyde trim piece like the other windows.The existing door latches are in the way so I cobbled up some "L" brackets that will screw the doors to the floor and ceiling. Once they're buttoned up the doors will be caulked within an inch of their lives. After that some oak plywood will be screwed to the door frame so I can attach the table.
I'm still on track to finish this beast by Memorial Day. Not he Memorial Day I had planned, but I never said what year.