Man, its about time to get organized in this steel beast! First, I found a board and reclaimed it. (Its part of upcycling!) This particular board was round on one half, and shaved flat on the other half. I thought it would look "quite nice," precious. I want to put brackets on there securely, so we notched out … Continue reading Installing a pantry shelf in the bus.
Everyone is all crazy about beer and wine--both rather intricate, easily-messed-up processes. Often, the learning curve is steep, with mixed results, unpredictable flavors, and long waiting times (with wine, at least.) Anyone who knows a hobby beer-brewer has probably seen their plethora of equipment as well! Such a costly investment. Now, you can also make … Continue reading Lilac Meade ! ! !
Now to install one patch on the roof, complete the installation of our two cranking roof vents, and to apply the first layer of something called "SnowRoof," an expandable (read that to mean: seasonally effective with expansion and contraction), insulating, as well as sun-reflecting roof paint. This stuff is awesome and only cost me about … Continue reading Installing roof vents and a reflective roof paint.
Well, how did we seal all those holes from the previous owner's shoddy RV install? How did we cover up every breach from all the rows of seats bolted into the floor? You'll find out in this article LET ME TELL YOU. First, I wanted to get something substantial over the holes in the floor … Continue reading Sealing holes, breaches, ensuring few insects enter unnoticed…