The spot where his furnace was, is a cupboard in my 1300 Trill. That cavity, in front of the wheel well, is also where the electrical line goes out a port. But I made a useful shelf by gluing some wood blocking to the wheel well and the back wall so that I could lay a peice of plywood on them and still easily get my hand in to handle the electric cord. The plywood shelf will handle the weight of my collapsible dish drainer, a couple small pots, a roll of paper towels etc.
Hey Anne-Marie, we are in Ottawa (Richmond Village). Thanks for the tips. Taking the weekend off but back at it on Sunday so will take some pictures of our progress. :-)
I really dig the exterior style of your camper. I just bought a little trailer last week. It's so exciting, just playing around with designs, there's so many improvements to be made. So much camping to do. This is going to be a great adventure.