Here is the interior. The first thing we did after cleaning is take down all of those gaudy drapes. Yuck. Feels way better in there now, but work to do all around.
This is the outside. 1971 22' RoadRunner, apparently built in Utah. The Woman looks like a boss, locking it with authority and pizaz.
Here's the kitchen area. Counter tops will eventually be replaced. We haven't decided what the counters are going to be made out of, although I am leaning heavily towards making it all a usable butcher block. The fridge is plenty huge. The furnace works, and the stove is all gas. On one of our window shopping expeditions, The Woman picked out a back-splash/wall treatment that looks like the pounded copper in old-timey saloons. I'm totally fine with that.
Here's a better overview. The dinette will likely be taken out and replaced with a couple of simple, folding barstools and a table that folds down and out of the way, creating much more usable space for kiddos to run around and get into no good. We won't only be living in here with The Princess, but The Prince will be staying with us occasionally, too, as well as The Duke, a little boy whose parents we trade babysitting with. The dinette will be the big project, however, afterwards, between where it is now and the bed/couch, I'd like to install a small office table to have a place to design or work on projects inside. I feel like it's crucial to be able to stay inside, as the high today was 5 degrees here in Bozeman.
That's your sneak peak. I'll let you know when there is more. Our target date for move-in is January 1st. We'll be throwing more pictures up as things progress!