Shelby is the next step for Sally Ann. Going mobile! A Shasta Compact, she is 9 1/2 feet long, 6 feet wide. We're halfway through the renovation. The demolition is done, and reconstruction is about to start. We are making Shelby completely self-sustainable, with solar power, recycled wood, and doing it ALL ourselves! Help us! Donate what you can and watch the step-by-step renovations on my blog: www.sallyannk.com.
Risks and challenges
We purchased Shelby from a private owner in Greenville, South Carolina. For her three years of owning the camper, it sat. Based on the paperwork we found inside the camper, it probably hadn't seen much travel since the 1980s. Sitting for so long, there were water leaks left unattended that caused a lot of interior damage. Matt and I completely gutted Shelby, removing the kitchen, bunk beds, closets, etc. It's currently down to the bare bones, front and back walls rebuilt, ceiling rebuilt. The next step is electrical, including a solar panel! The entire process is a learning experience for Matt and I, and we hope to finish it very soon, taking my company to the next level.
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