Here are some pictures I took while I was
Now this next one is looking from the rear down the driver's side. The first compartment from the front (shown closed in this picture) is the propane tank. The next one is for the huge rolling table that can be pulled out either side of the RV. It is the full width of the vehicle so my fishing poles fit in it just fine. The next one is the water system and the last one to the rear is the electric system.
And of course you couldn't go down the road without a motor. Hidden deep in the rear of the RV is the yellow colored Cat Engine. Can you see it down in there?
The diesel generator is located in the front of the RV. When it is not running while driving down the road, all you can hear is some wind noise. Of course, in the heat of Texas it is usually running so that both roof air conditioners can run while traveling. That way, all of the RV can be kept nice and cool. The AC's also have heating elements, but if it gets real cold, you would want to run the furnace to keep the basement from getting to freezing temperatures.
Everything checked out, now if I can only get all my doctor appointments completed, we can hit the road, probably to a Texas State Park. Hope you enjoyed the tour of the exterior of my RV and you all have a great day, you hear?