You get the innovation prize Joy. Very clever tool you made there for evaluating camp sites. You would make a good sailor.
I have spent a lot of time living on boats, at times with large crews such that seating space was at a premium. Living in my camper is spacious to me.
I did not plan to full time in this camper but I have been, except for bathroom and showers, while parked in my driveway. I moved in, partially because my new pup seemed to think my entire house was a place to peep and poop. She has only made mistakes in the camper three times and is almost completely trained now. Once I wash all the floors I the house with bleach perhaps I'll risk bringing the dogs back in.
I moved in to my camper, in part to test the systems out. I conjectured that by living in it, I would fix the things that were important and those that bugged me right away. I'd also make it cozy ad comfortable. Today I fixed my outdoor awning
light--it had a bad ground near the galley window--must have been a factory defect. It was driving me nuts and I finally got around to it. In any event, I like just about everything about living in here including the daily improvements. I am glad I am nearly done and can start shifting my focus to my other goals as projects.
I'll be parked next to an old sloop I am restoring that I am determined to finish this year. Living next to it will help. I may buy an enclosed trailer to use as a workshop so I can work on rainy days too. I would live in the boat but it is roof dirty and most of the interior is removed.
My goal is to spend the winter anchored in Bermuda. Nothing will stop me from completing it this year. This camper will be my home away from home. With air conditioning
I can out the dogs inside I the hottest part of the day, as cool off myself.
Many of the things I'm working on it he camper will also carry over onto my boat. I plan to live aboard so this is how I have been setting up my camper--like an off grid boon-docker.
I would like to have TV just because I need some mindless entertainment when I am dead tired. I expect ill want that onboard as well.