From the nose, clock­wise

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The nosecone has doors on both sides. The two gas bot­tles are on the left, with stor­age space for an axe on the out­side of the door. There’s a spade fas­tened across the door, and the in­line gas geyser is at the door on the right. The geyser pulls out of the cup­board on a slid­ing frame when you use the hot wa­ter, so there’s enough ven­ti­la­tion around it. The sin­gle basin pulls out of the hull on the op­po­site side of the fridge/freezer. It’s next to the right-hand-side door, with an iden­ti­cal fold-out step to that of the other door. The show­er­head with its ex­ten­sion cord is in a small cup­board at the top of the hull, from where it folds out. There is also a con­cealed cup­board at the back in the cor­ner of the hull, the same as the one on the op­po­site side. A shelf that stretches the en­tire width of the caravan at the back and next to the roof hinges is the per­fect place for a few bags of fire­wood, or foldup camp chairs.

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