Part of getting ready for that future date is the continuing work on Freedom to make her our comfy-cozy little abode on wheels. The desk/kitchen table I made is installed, and we have several plastic drawer units in place. The bed is more comfortable than the one in our house, and I continue working on the little things while saving for getting a few more of the big things (think solar), and some confidence to install it, but that's another post.
Below is the desk/table installed in Freedom. In the center is the cooler cube I purchased and the cover I threw together for it. I definitely need to make another one that is a bit bigger, or more appropriately 'fuller', and cover the cube with Reflectix, but for now this works. It's not only my ice chest but also the seat for my desk/table.
I have an on-going list of things on my wish list at Amazon and was able to purchase a couple of items earlier this month and got them installed. It seemed I did not have enough light to my liking, especially something that was handy and something I would be able to turn on when entering the van in the dark. These LED battery operated stick-on lights from Amazon work perfectly and throw out a good amount of light. These are on the ceiling, one towards the front right at the side doors and the other is toward the back near the bed.
The other item I purchased was a drink holder. I loves me some coffee or tea while on the move and Freedom, being an older gal, did not have the kind of cup holders that worked with my to-go cups. Searching Amazon (I love that store!) I found an adjustable holder that I was able to attach over the top of the console where the integrated holders were. It works really well and doesn't look too bad at all. I positioned it so I have a little opening to stash a pen or two and I can put a notepad behind the holder. Am thinking the holder on the right might be useful for the GPS. Will try that out during the next short road trip.
Thanks for stopping by Two Dogs today and following along as we get Freedom ready to roll.
Have a great week! Hugs, Shawna