Okay, yeah. We don’t really have a 'living room' but what to you call a space that is the dining room, master bedroom, office, and theater room? After the response I got from the What's In Our Kitchen post, I figured maybe you'd like to know everything we have, one 'room' at a time!
This space is used the most in our tiny home on wheels. During the day we (usually) put our dinette table up. This is typically where I get a lot of my work done, where we play cards, where we eat, where the kids work on projects and hang out. Jonathan’s office is in this space as well.
“Can I get some details on your solar setup?”
We’ve had that question asked so many times since we finished our Airstream Renovation that I’ve lost count.
I’ve had two main reasons for not digging into a big fat nerdy post about our solar panel and battery installation:
Today marks one year!
One year ago we pulled this renovated Airstream out of my parents driveway and headed south. After 195 days of blood, sweat and lots of tears, we were finally on our way. What I thought would be a quick renovation (2-3 months) turned into 6 months and 2 weeks. Things like this always take longer than you think they will. There are so many unknown factors when you begin an Airstream remodel.
We packed up and headed out of Lost Dutchman with boondocking in mind. We had been hooked up for far too long in campgrounds. Even though they were some of our favorites, we were ready for open spaces and zero neighbors. However, it didn't quite work out that way.
After we left beautiful Ajo, we headed to Picacho Peak State Park. We were looking forward to many hikes in the area but we seem to have brought the rain and cold temperatures with us. Since we don’t have rain gear, we got a lot of work done the few days we were there. At least the views were nice.