I'll make an attempt to chronicle the transformation of a 1988 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAN school bus into a livable, workable motor-home/workshop. The plan was to detail events from inception to completion, however, you probably already know how that plan works out.
In any event, I'll post changes here as they happen and as time allows and whenever I remember.
This is just one of several (sounds better than many) Awe Sh#%! moments. While putting in the tubing for the heated floor system I was careful to note the two gas tank access holes that needed not to be completely covered over.
Fuel tank access holes.
Well, cruising right along like it was a nice sunny day I had my Awe Sh#%! moment. As you can see below I completely covered over one of the gas tank access holes like I knew I'd never need to access that particular tank.
Fuel tank access hole missing?
Now I'm on a recovery mission. Got to go back and find the hole with out damaging the heat tubing I so carefully set in the floor. The red and white tubes are the hot and cold supply lines for the bathroom vanity.
Fuel tank access hole recovery mission.
I had to unscrew part of the flooring and raise it up enough to cut the hole without cutting the tubing. I propped the flooring up on a glue can and commenced to cutting. (see red arrow)
This Awe Sh#%! moment was successfully converted into an OH YEAH! moment! But you can believe this was not the first and surely won't be the last Awe Sh#%! moment. I'll list more for you as the shame eventually wears off.