Looking toward the bed. It converts to a four seat dining table, but we keep it made up as a bed, since it's almost always just me and Carole using the trailer. And we only need the two-seat dinette for meals.
Here's a shot indicating the air conditioner above. On the lower left you can see the vent for the heater. We have used the trailer often in winter, so it's good to have the propane heater. There's also a heat strip in the air conditioner, but of course that does you no good if you're in a campground that's primitive and doesn't have electric hook ups.
The bathroom is a classic marine toilet affair. It serves as both the toilet and the shower. It's tall enough so that I can stand up in the room when I'm showering (I'm 5' 10" tall). And, of course, the storage box and bag is not generally in there when we're traveling.
Here is the bathroom sink and showerhead.
People are always amazed at the large size of the refrigerator and freezer. It runs on propane and electric.
One of the storage areas that we use for food. It had a microwave in it, but we took it out since we don't like using a microwave oven. The space is better served (for us) as storage.