I got the ceiling tiles in on the front cab section; a bit tricky but far better than it was before.
A shot from the very back looking all the way to the front. Next interior bit I work on will be the shelves. I have the planks, galley rails, and stain all picked out. They will cover the parts on the side where there is no tiling.
(Note to James: Thanks for the Comment! I appreciate it =]). The tin ceiling is plastic, very lightweight, sound-absorbing and insulating. I have seen many do wooden floors, but given loss of precious headroom ( hey every little bit helps, even if it is just a 1/2"...) I opted for the rubber mat and a throw rug. As for your Tranny, I feel for you, but once you get it fixed, you should have no more worries there for many years. have you looked into getting one from Rancho? They have reasonable ones (last time I looked). Anyhow, thanks again!
The Blue Hag
Just a crazy older gal, making ready for when my nest is empty and I can go see the world, camping and rest-stopping on the way to be able to live simply and afford ably..