Elliot wrote:One thing we desperately need in Millicent is a way to keep food and beverages secure while we are driving. We are often a half dozen people, and boxes of cookies and jugs of beverages are flying everywhere. I'm thinking "fences" and recessed bottle holders on the tables.
Captain Goddammit wrote:Something to keep in mind when laying out an interior, and yours looks pretty good, is to leave empty space.
BAS wrote:For some reason I keep finding myself wanting to keep a bus conversion as primitive and basic as possible. No real reason (except maybe laziness...?)
Are you going to have a generator, or maybe something like solar panels and/or a wind generator? (Those last two should work pretty good on the playa, but maybe not so well in other areas.)
I had what might be a bad idea disguising itself as a good one: Putting the water containers on the roof, so you could have a gravity feed for the faucet. I don't know how well it would work out weight-wise, and could also screw up the aerodynamics. (In other words, hopefully someone who has more experience/is more sober than I am at the moment will chime in.)
cullen wrote:okay so i know buses have those on floor heaters.
would it be a better idea to pull it out completely and install a roof top a/c heater unit?
cullen wrote:okay i asked be cause i keep seeing people pulling the second heater in back. and then i got to thinking about keeping cool on the playa if i wanted to sleep in tll 2 one day.
falk wrote:Elliot wrote::D
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My vote for most informative post ever on ePlaya.
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