1965 Shasta Reno: Potty-Closet Edition!

Real Life: when we’re actually camping and not just playing pretty-photoshoot-day with the renovations, the door looks like a dorm room exploded. We almost always have towels, swimsuits, or hoodies hanging on the potty closet door… I had not anticipated that. To poop, or not to poop…Our Shasta didn’t come with a potty – soContinue reading “1965 Shasta Reno: Potty-Closet Edition!”

1965 Shasta Reno: Walls Edition!

Our Shasta came with the original wood paneling from FIFTY-FIVE years ago! Overall it was in really great shape. For resale value, it’s best to keep as much of the original Shasta as possible. But Shasta McNasta didn’t get her name for nothin’… She had a smell that we just couldn’t get rid of. TheContinue reading “1965 Shasta Reno: Walls Edition!”

1965 Shasta Reno: Floors Edition

Our Shasta came with a few layers of flooring. We removed carpet and found 1980’s linoleum. That was expected. Then we removed the linoleum and found the original tiles. That was not expected! There were orange accent squares and I absolutely loved it! Unfortunately, the floor was “repaired” by a previous owner and the originalContinue reading “1965 Shasta Reno: Floors Edition”

Shasta Renovation: The Before

Our Shasta is from 1965. We chose this model because we LOVE the wings and this particular year has windows up front that the other years don’t have. We’d looked at several other Shasta’s before we purchased ours. We even drove 9 hours away to look at one, but unfortunately after we stepped foot inContinue reading “Shasta Renovation: The Before”


Hello there! We’re Amber and Jen. We’re so happy that you found our little piece of the world and can’t wait to share more of our DIY projects with you. For a little background: Where you met: Work, and also online dating (because Jen didn’t remember meeting me at work so she found me onlineContinue reading “Hello!”

Welcome Home Shasta (McNasta)

We’re so excited about the new addition to our already crowded driveway! She’s a 1965 Shasta. I’ve always wanted a retro camper and this has been an amazing transformation (that is still a bit in progress). Stay tuned for all of the before and after fun that we’ve been having.