Alaskan Camper Interior Prior to Renovation

When I first got the camper the cushions needed to be taken out, curtains replaced, some water damage dealt with, seams resealed, and more.  Following is a photo of the interior prior to any renovation being done on it.  You can see the hydraulic jacks in the back that support the top of the camper (there are four in total – two towards the front too).  Raised, the roof gives roughly six feet of headroom, so even taller folks can feel comfy (and I’ll be more than fine at 5’3″).    On the left is a kitchenette with counter space, a fridge, sink, and storage.  On the right is a dinette that folds down into a bed if needed, as well as a place for a toilet and more storage.  More interior photos to come, as well as some of the process if I remember to take them.


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