OK, you asked for photos....
This is the rear, the photo was taken on Lake Havasu one evening - love those AZ sunsets!
Remodeling the interior is going to take some time as we are fulltiming and so the wallcoverings and floors will have to wait until the winter when we have more time and alternate accommodation.
Firstly we decided to add some tile to the kitchen and bathroom - these stick on tiles weigh nothing and look quite attractive - they are very easy to clean with a damp cloth and as long as the surface has been cleaned, they stick well and have stayed up so far.
Also check out the work surface! This was an experiment as I had seen the stuff on TV and I wasn't sure if it would work well - it was a heavy duty vinyl sheet that was printed with a granite effect - you clean the surface, lay it on and can reposition it as needed - when you are ready you heat it up with a hair dryer and that sets the adhesive. It has stood up to daily abuse really well and although I know it's not real granite, it weighs nothing and looks better than the old formica top.
Next came the couch - the original furniture, although flexsteel, was dated and uncomfortable. I had already installed a 40" LED TV on a height adjustable mount at the front (it's OK, it only weighs 26# and lifts off when we travel and is stored on the bed) and watching from the couch was uncomfortable.
So we pulled them out and put in an easy chair and ottoman and a Lay-z-boy electric recliner. OK, so we lost the sleeper bed but as there are only the two of us, it would never get used anyway. It will be awkward if we chose to sell her as I am sure everyone is conditioned to having a couch, but we think we will be keeping her anyway!
Next came replacement of the old Panasonic convection unit - it was very old, dirty and didn't seem to work very well, so I measured up a new GE Profile convection oven and with our 10% lowes voucher, picked it up for $700 - I later found out that it's the same model as installed in the 2014 Newmar King Aire - aspirations of grandeur LOL. DW loves it!
I am sure there will be more installments to come