I thought you might enjoy seeing Harvey on the inside today.
Turn to the right, with your back to the kitchen sink, and you see the sofa on the left, the dinette on the right, and on up to the driver and passenger seats and the bunk above them.
This next one isn't of the interior, but I just had to include it so that you could see the difference that the paint job made on the front of the extension over the cab.
We opted not to use the over-the-cab bunk for sleeping. Doug slept on the dinette, and I slept on the sofa. The bunk came in very handy for storing our bedding and our heavy jackets, etc.
There was a curtain that could be pulled to separate the kitchen from the rest of the coach, creating a little dressing room outside the bathroom. There was also a curtain that could be pulled to separate the over-the-cab bunk from the rest of the coach.
Harvey was also equipped with a generator, a furnace, and an air conditioner, in addition to the regular heat and air in the driver's compartment.
So now you have a pretty good idea of our living conditions as we embarked on our long-awaited trip to Alaska.