We have been on the road for over a year now and have started some pretty significant modifications that I want to show on the blog, and when flipping through past post I realized I never really showed what the RV looked like on the inside when we started. So here is a quick tour of our home straight from the factory.

Our Family Room with view to the “upstairs” master bedroom and main bath.

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This is looking from the stairs to the back of the rig. You see Trinas loft above and the door to the garage/boys room. 

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The fridge is definitely not huge but we have learned to make it work. This love seat is “mom and dads couch,” doubles a fold out bed for guests and has a storage drawer underneath.

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The kids couch, more storage underneath… and no those pillows did not come with the rig.

IMG_1201IMG_1116First thing that changed was this wonderful bedding, matching window treatments.
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Main bath vanity. This sink was the second thing we changed.

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The boys have their own bathroom in the garage. BEST decision EVER!!!

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Can anyone else see what wrong with where the washer and dryer hookups are?

No, the metal angled thing on the ground is not the vent for the dryer. It is important hoses, and drain pipes that can’t be moved, so the washer and dryer has to sit almost a foot away from the wall. Someone did not think this through in the design phase.IMG_1098
The rear bunk and dinette that lift to the ceiling when needing to store stuff in the garage on moving day.

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Well, there she is. Our home on wheels. We have made some major changes and some not so major changes over the last year. I’m looking forward to sharing them with you.