The latest photos just arrived from the Vistabule factory. She now are looking like the trailer we dreamed of. With the aluminum skin on, they have now installed the windows and the side lights. She now has her wheels on and is looking sporty. I was confused as to what I was seeing through the windows and then realized that she has a protective covering on the windows and trim as well as the aluminum. I see that the MaxxAir is installed on the roof - this is a 10 speed fan with a remote - as if I was too lazy to reach up - well, maybe. . . One of the things that impressed us about the Vistabule company is the use of quality components that complement their outstanding design and craftsmanship.
In the shot below of the galley area I notice that they have put some additional insulation inside the right hand bottom compartment. This is where the 12v/120v refrigerator goes. the slides are in for drawers in the lower center cabinet. Under those papers on the counter is a two burner propane stove. It is amazing that we can have such great communication with the factory and that they seem to be so customer focused as to cater to my desire to get these photos, thanks Doug and Lily. This will certainly be a place for memories to live.
Of course here in the home front the tasks are mounting as we are getting ready to leave on Saturday. I am finishing up the table for the kitchen as well as packing and planning. Carol is doing all of the coordinating and organizing. We have been making those hard decisions like which napkins to take and what flatware pattern. . . and sorting out all of the camping gear and on and on. It's gonna be interesting. One of my tasks today was to season my cast iron Dutch Oven. I am hoping to bake some bread over campfire coals. I cleaned out the Yeti cooler today as I am sure it will be full, in the back of the car at all times. We are planning to take our bikes on a hitch mounted rack, remove the bike rack and put them on the tongue mounted rack that we are having installed on the trailer. The hitch rack will ride in the car o the way home. I am also doing a lot of planning on the route we are taking. It is tough because even though we are planning on leaving early we really don't know how far we will get and it is Memorial Day weekend so roadside hotels may be at a premium. The adventure is beginning. . .