Saturday was a lazy day as we decompressed while staying close by our campsite during a return trip to Harrison Bay State Park, TN.
Vistabule Interior: Tables and Sofa
After a quick breakfast of coffee, homemade cinnamon bread and peach salsa, I took interior shots of Lily to fulfill a request made by commenter VT Teardrop Travelers.
The lowered floorboard serves as foot wells to provide a comfortable seating position while the futon is folded up. It also extends under the seat to provide storage.
The elevated section of the floor under the large window has two lids covering storage compartments in underneath wells. There are screened air vents at the bottom of each side wall.
When the futon is slid forward as a bed, the air conditioner and additional storage cabinets are visible.
We can enjoy a landscape view out of the large window from the futon’s seated or sleeping position, with our heads at the storage wall.
We can also change position and place our heads under the large window in order to look up at the night sky, or to hang a screen against the storage wall and project a movie.
There are reading lights mounted on both sides at either end of the cabin and a room light beside each entry door.
My husband is 5′ 10″ and has several inches of space above his head when seated on the futon in sofa or bed position. I actually measured his chair seat to head to compare against cabin height measurements while shopping for a teardrop trailer.
We have a net (that came with our Walmart changing room tent) which fits the space under the large window. So far, we have not needed the extra storage, but may want to use it once we take longer trips