RV Tour | Our Off Grid Tiny House on Wheels | Full Time RV Living - Colorado Camping Cabins

RV Tour | Our Off Grid Tiny House on Wheels | Full Time RV Living

Hi everybody, welcome to Duet Justus.

Today is such an exciting day, it has finallyarrived, it is the big reveal.

Those of you who have watched our RV renovationSeries have seen for the past thirty videos as we’ve transformed our RV from what itwas, to what it is today.

If you haven’t already checked that out,we’re going to link it in the description below because it will give you so much moreappreciation of what it looks like today.

So we’ve made you wait long enough.

Let’s go in and check it out! And we want to officially welcome you to ourtiny home on wheels! [music playing].

I know, amazing, right? We still cannot believe how beautifully itturned out.

We’re just thrilled with the results.

And because our channel is all about honesty,I feel like I need to tell you guys something.

It really looks like this about zero percentof the time.

Because we really live in it and we have twodogs.

And so everything usually is covered in avery fine layer of dog hair and there’s more stuff kind of around that we use on adaily basis.

So we’re going to set it up, put some thingsback, and show you guys how we actually function in this RV.

Alright, let’s get started with the overcab.

First, we assembled six modular storage cubesto h old some things that couldn’t fit in cabinets and drawers.

We have games, dog supplies, dog toys, a bagof things we use when we go hiking, some office supplies, and a bin of miscellaneous electronics.

We also have our lap desks, a backpack withour computers and chargers, as well as a whiteboard we use to make our videos.

Also, in the last renovation video, you sawus install these sliding drawers.

First, these store our dry food.

Also, it kind of distracts from the bins ofthings that are behind it so we really like that as a decorative element.

So let’s move on to the dinette.

This is our dinette.

One of the things we love the most about itis how versatile it is.

It can go from this to this [snapping fingers]in a matter of seconds.

We also love the dinette because there’sso much storage.

Underneath that booth there, we have all ofour shoes.

Underneath the booth I’m sitting in, isour propane furnace and also we store a shop vac.

Underneath the table we store our dog foodand sometimes jugs of water if we have it.

Above me you’ll notice we have basicallyour pantry and in the other cabinet we have all of our kitchen supplies and dishes.

Just a few feet off our our dinette is ourentertainment center.

So we have our TV, which operates off of afifty-mile-radius antenna.

We also have our Playstation and DVDs, whichwe really never use.

We’re either too busy exploring or workingon the channel.

And here we have an inverter, which is basicallythe electrical center for everything we do here in the RV that operates off of solar.

Next we have a fan and we have our organicbasil plant that’s growing out of control [laughing].

Up here we have all of our camera gear.

This probably is the most gear that we havein the entire RV as far as what we didn’t downsize.

We didn’t get rid of any of our camera gearand it takes up more space than our food and our dishes combined.

All for you guys, we love you.

Alright, welcome to our kitchen.

Here we have a nice stainless double sink.

We have a four burner gas stove.

We use this all of the time.

Here’s our oven.

We believe it works.

We don’t have any proof of that though becausewe’ve never actually used it.

And then in our microwave we have a pot andpaper towels, so we also use that for storage [laughing].

Over here, we have a cabinet that we use tostore tea, coffee, and some other miscellaneous things.

And then behind me, we have a really nicesize fridge, actually.

It’s bigger than we were anticipating andso is the freezer.

So it’s just the perfect size for us.

Under the sink, we have three nice drawersand a very big cabinet.

In here we store rags, cleaning stuff, trashbags, things like that.

And in these three drawers we have kitchenutensils, we have dish towels, and lids and things.

Behind me is our stand-up shower.

Pretty basic, nothing to really write homeabout, but this used to have a glass door on it.

We traded that for a nice fabric shower curtainand it works really well.

When it’s not in use, sometimes we set itlike that, we just have more elbow room in the hallway.

And we keep the dogs water bowl in the showerso when they splash, after a long walk or something like that, it’s not going on ournice floors.

Also it’s separate from the toilet.

Which I love.

That was pretty much a must for me.

Speaking of the toilet.

This is our composting toilet.

It’s really simple, really basic, and welove that about it.

Above me, is a cabinet that holds some ofour most basic bathroom toiletries.

Let’s move on to the bedroom.

Welcome to the bedroom.

Somehow we miraculously squeezed our queen-sizebed to fit in this space.

It’s really only supposed to fit a fullbut we got ours, so we have a nice, comfy night's sleep.

And you’ll notice above, we have lots ofstorage.

So we have some towels in here.

We have my clothes in here and Michael’sclothes in there.

We also have a closet for our hanging clothes.

And over here you’ll notice I use basketsas basically another drawer.

So I have my makeup, some books.

Under here, we have a library.

Over there, I have my socks and things.

And underneath the bed, we have tons and tonsof storage.

We have our fresh water tank, our water pump,Christmas decorations, some winter clothes, just tons of stuff.

Underneath the bed is where Roni sleeps andin the bed is where Chase sleeps.

They’re both very spoiled — we’re fullyaware [laughing].

Thank you all so much for watching.

We could not be happier with how it turnedout.

And we’re so thankful that you’ve followedalong with us on this journey.

The next thing that’s up on the list isthe Travel and Adventure Series.

So we’re going to show you guys what lifeis like in the RV out on the road.

So stay tuned for that.

Also, if you guys are interested at all insupporting what we’re doing so we can continue creating this content, we have a Patreon pagethat offers you some valuable insight and also gives you some opportunities for giftsand also some opportunities for personal interaction with us.

So if you guys are interested in doing somethinglike that, make sure to head over to our Patreon page and show your support.

Anyway, I think that does it for this videoand I guess all I can say now, is we’ll see you guys on the next video.

Bye! [Music playing].

It’s not recording.

[Horrified whisper] Since when?!?.