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Since I leave the back table down I felt a little squished. I removed the small fiberglass extension piece and pushed the wider single mattress to the back wall. This left me room by the stove and the opposite side by the stripper :oops: pole. I found the perfect small cabinet at Goodwill, painted it, and put it on the side by the stove.

As soon as I can figure out how to post pictures ( my computer doesn't like my disc to upload instructions)

I'll try to post some to show what I did. I now have room to store cereal boxes, food, etc. J

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My friend Lois did something similar with her Casita. She put a twin size mattress across the back, adding just a small board to support it and eliminating the big board. She installed some drawers next to the sink/stove area. That leaves a little extra seating area next to the divider in her case, or pole in ours, or a "nightstand" for glasses and book.

Without the big bed, her camper looks like a dance hall, and she still has the two-person dinette for lounging, and the small table for computer work, or food prep, or whatever. She really likes it. I don't have any pictures, but I suspect yours looks kind of like hers.

Great idea!


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I just received a knob made of recycled glass that I found online. It works perfect on the cabinet door. It will be really nice to use the extra storage space next time I get to take Revilo camping. How true the saying is - Necessity is the mother of invention! Your friend Lois also rearranging to make the most of her little gem. I look forward to the day when I get to meet many more of my neighbors just a little further apart. Sorry for the ramblin' - Owning fiberglass travel trailers like the Olivers and Casitas, and Scamps, and all the others is a magical world that I wish everybody could experience.

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