Had one last day of loose ends to tie up, but tomorrow, after all these months of renovations, I'm ready to go. 

Tire pressure good? Check.  Water level in batteries good?  Check?  Fluids good?  Check.  Everything packed, details taken care of, fresh water filled, electronics charged?  Check.  If anything breaks now, it has to be dealt with on the road.

I've been promising interior shots for awhile now.  Remember - being an 84 I felt at liberty to mix it up and not try to stick to any particular classic look.  If I had something older I would have tried to stick to the period, but heck, I can't remember...did the 80s have a style other than big hair and thin ties??  

None of the bathroom because I didn't get that finished - that's a project for on the road and it still has the hideous wallpaper.  It's clean though and it works.  No complaints.

I know ... it's colorful.  Going for tiki...atomic...some place I could never be depressed in.

Couldn't have done this without my mom - all that upholstery is her doing (as is the flooring).  I stuck to the easy stuff like plumbing and electric - WHICH I couldn't have gotten all working without you all.  Okay, and some help from the fixit people :-)  

I'll post from the road....

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Comment by Dawn Michelle on October 22, 2017 at 6:53pm

Seth - I think they have that paper (or similar) on Lazy Daze RVs - I wanted one of those just for the paper (okay, well not really - but that was a silly attraction)!

Comment by Gary Rowe on October 17, 2017 at 11:12pm

Great job love all the colors kitchen looks fantastic good luck have fun keep us up to date on your travels praying for safe travels

Comment by Seth Caron on October 17, 2017 at 10:38pm

Holy Cow! That is amazing! Hopefully mine will look that good someday! Also, thanks for your comment on my bamboo wallpaper. I was going to cover it up but I think I'll keep it now.

Comment by Lakota Wolf on October 17, 2017 at 9:30pm
Thats great Dawn,, the interior looks amazing,, Keeps us posted on your adventures,, and be safe and enjoy the ride,
Comment by Russ Johnson on October 17, 2017 at 8:49pm

WOW, Dawn, this is wonderful. You did such a good job. Best of luck traveling. Will be anxiously waiting for the journey blog.



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