Spring has returned to Michigan and I finally got my butt in gear.
First up is a trim piece for the fuel pickup access hatch under the bed. I also put a door on the storage area under the bed and cut a slot in the panel next to it so I could check the level in our water tank.
Here's a paper towel dispenser made from scrap oak.
I found an old mirror and put a frame around it for the "bathroom area."
I bought some cup holders from a poker table place online and put two in the table and two more next to Renee's passenger seat. Cup holders are a must-have these days. My niece gave us the neat outhouse salt and pepper shakers.
Built a little coral for Renee's drink cooler so it doesn't go flying forward when I hit the brakes.
There's empty space behind the fiberglass trim just over the driver's seat so I cut a hole in it and made a door to cover it. I mounted the Trimetric battery monitor just over the driver's seat as well. It's visible from most of the bus and I can check batteries while driving.
And last, but not least, a bracket and strap to hold the big cooler in place. I lucked out and found that strap on the side of the road.
Later on we're planning to get a Dometic AC/DC Coolfreeze cooler that will take the place of my ancient Coleman cooler.
The creature comforts are done, I just need to do a bit more trimming on the inside and get some curtains up and we're good to go. I still need to run battery cables from the chassis batteries to the house batteries. After that the vehicle air conditioning needs to be re-done.