We will be hauling our remodeled Alumascape to MS Saturday morning and setting it up on 20 acres of private property smack dab in the middle of the Homochitto National Forest. It will be in a temporary location while we (well, my SO...) runs the plumbing and sewerage lines and electrical conduit.
Then we'll put the rafters and roof on the shed (several weekends of work, I'm sure), move the FW to its semi-permanent location under the shed, and finish all the plumbing, including building an enclosed shed for the pump and water tank.
We'll never have electricity, but we will probably have some solar panels to recharge the batteries. The well pump and electrical stuff will run on a generator.
After that's all done, there's a deck to be built and then we'll be improving the deer habitat.
The AC seems to work reasonably well. It's been hot, hot, hot here in south Louisiana and the FW is out in the sun, unprotected. The AC keeps it comfortable (not cold, but cool enough that it's a relief to walk inside).
Baked a cake in the oven last weekend. It was a tad lopsided, but it did bake evenly in the time suggested on the package. The rectangular pizza stone that I put in to help equalize the heat broke in half in the first few minutes but it should still serve the purpose.
I have never RVed, nor camped/stayed anywhere other than a campground (and then for only a couple of days at a time) so this is going to be VERY interesting. I think we'll have all the comforts of home with the peace and quiet of the boondocks.
We've invested a lot of time and effort (and $$$) into making the FW ours. Thank goodness, we're very happy with how it turned out and are looking forward to enjoying using it quite a few weekends a year.
I took lots of photos of the remodel. Before and after, as well as in progress, photos are here if you're interested in seeing the total transformation:
1998 Alumascape 30RLS Remodel