RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 4 :: The Final Part

Original bathroom, prior to doing anything in particular. One does not simply remodel a bathroom. It's a long, terrible journey filled with moistness, odd smells, and physical contortions heretofore previously unknown. I embarked on a remodel of my RV bathroom starting last month. Post one, two, and three offer more information than you care to know. The overall project was to replace the plastic toilet

RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 4 :: The Final Part 2018-07-30T20:06:44+00:00

RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 3

Bathroom drama is playing out in my house. RV bathroom drama, that is. I've been trying to wrap up this little facelift project for a while now, but with the 4th of July holiday on Wednesday here in the USA I had time to make further progress. Since I'm apparently serializing this project, the current chapter is my attempt to cut a new piece of

RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 3 2018-07-05T16:32:21+00:00

RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 2

In the midst of a bunch of other projects, such as working on the brakes for my traveling Landwhale, I'm also trying to redo the bathroom into something less nasty. I started with the toilet, and other than the plumbing parts of the RV not fitting the toilet, and other than a part of the wall that hides some pipes and wires being in the

RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 2 2018-07-02T14:34:23+00:00

Projects Upon Projects :: RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 1

One of my many planned summer projects in Wisconsin while avoiding the Florida summer heat was to remodel the bathroom in my Landwhale (RV). Not terribly interesting to anyone, but I like posting the pics forever to the blockchain so that I can remind myself I was productive over the summer when I look back in September and wonder where the season went. So, on

Projects Upon Projects :: RV Bathroom Remodel :: Part 1 2018-06-25T12:44:20+00:00

Motorhome Desk Build :: DIY Part 2 :: Completion!

Recently, I wrote a 'Part 1' post about my desk build for my Landwhale (RV). The goal there was to offer a work surface where I could put my laptop (or even a full-size computer) and do work. Or writing. Or watching my crypto investments drop further into the toilet. All from the flexible traveling comfort of my work-in-progress Landwhale. We had this big, open

Motorhome Desk Build :: DIY Part 2 :: Completion! 2018-06-18T19:30:05+00:00