Ok, you curious friends, here’re some interior photos of our home. I remembered to take photos before we got settled into our latest site and everything was pulled out of drawers and cupboards, and scattered all over the place!
The next few photos will give you an idea of our living quarters, in the evening. By the way, the entire ceiling is covered with white, textured fabric. At first, I thought it was a bit silly, but now I appreciate its insulation properties.
Our dining area is quite comfortable for the two of us. It’s located directly across from the kitchen galley. The living room sofa runs perpendicular to the dinette.
As you look from the dining area to the front of the RV, the sofa is on the left and two easy chairs (the driver’s seat and co-pilot seat swiveled around) are at the front. (Only the driver’s seat is visible in this photo.) The main TV is located front-center, but since we don’t watch it, we keep the dark screen covered with fabric (happens to be a Brazilian flag). Some of you may recognize the fish – it used to hang over our kitchen sink. I usually do my computer work by sitting on the sofa and using a wood, folding table as my desk.
David has made the co-pilot seat his easy chair when we’re camped. The fold down table top creates a great work space for him to upload and edit his photos. The other chair also reclines and also has a foot rest. The kitchen counter/sink is in the foreground.
The two of us manage to maneuver around this efficient little kitchen easily. So far, no damaged toes! The range has three gas burners, the oven bakes but we use it as storage, and the microwave gets most of our attention (especially since David is becoming a Crock Pot meister). The white space under the wall clock is the windowed door with the shade drawn.
Here’s a view looking from the living area into the kitchen and toward the bedroom. The refrigerator has sufficient capacity for our needs, and I’m in love with two floor-to-ceiling slide out pantry shelves, located just past the refrigerator. The last door you see before the bedroom
The Master (and only) Bedroom
For those of you who noticed the stuffed bear on the bedroom shelf, it was a Valentine’s Day present that David gave Rose around 15 years ago. Some “impractical” things we just had to keep.
The shower stall ceiling has a bubble top that increases its height enough for 6’4” David to stand up comfortably when bathing.
Yup, privacy is nice to have!
Here’s what you see when you look from the living area toward the back of the RV.
There’s a sliding wood door that closes off the bedroom from the rest of the living space – great for when either of us wants a quiet place to meditate or read or just wants some time alone.
That’s all the pics for now.