Here is a picture from the front passenger side. It really looks a lot bigger in the real world. The RV is built on a Ford F450 V10 chassis, so there is a lot of power. Uses a lot of gas as well and we will be using the 2x2x2 rule once we start travelling. This rule is travel no more than 200 miles a day. Get to your destination by 2 pm and always stay at least 2 days. We will probably be staying a lot longer at each stop and the longer you stay, the cheaper the daily rate. You can usually get a site for 7 nights for the price of 6.
The cockpit has very comfortable Flex-Steel seats. We have a portable GPS which will be stuck onto the dash.
Looking forward toward the cab. King size bed above the cab. Lots of storage under the dinette seats. Storage also under the sofa bed.
Looking back toward the bedroom. Small galley on the right, with double sink, gas cook top and oven, Microwave and cupboards. On the left is the double door fridge and a slide-out pantry just on the other side of the fridge.
The galley with some of the storage cupboards. There is a big corner cupboard between the sink and the cook top. Space to lose lots of stuff.
The queen sized bed has storage under it, as well as the freshwater tank. Cupboards on either side of the bed are a night table with a drawer and a shirt closet.
The dinette makes up into a bed and has lots of storage under the seats. All the windows have day-night shades, so no more stupid venetian blinds to deal with.