Hmm... very helpful insight, everyone. Sounds like a lot to consider and that the 16-17 footer is pretty much out of the question. I'm really not too worried about the toilet. As I'd mentioned in a previous post, I would be stationed at places like churches where available washrooms and waiting space won't be an issue. I don't really have to have one but it would be a nice convenience for myself, in case of an emergency, and for resale value. Luckily, I will need next to nothing for admin space. Nowadays, everything is electronic so physical paperwork is minimal. I could do just fine with enough space to hold my laptop. I have a vehicle that I can tow with as well so that also helps. Regardless, I have no doubt whatsoever that this approach would take significantly more work and money than going a more traditional route. I'm somewhat less concerned with the financial cost as a whole seeing as most people spend incredible amounts of money on leasing an office space as it is and never get to call it their own. Rather, my concern is the amount of money it would cost upfront
and the greater risk involved in that sense.
Cramar, you and I are on a similar wavelength in terms of some of the appeal of going the Airstream route and making it a well built, unique option for therapy. My hope is that this non-traditional approach could open up dialogue and spark interest into the discussion of mental health, stigmas, barriers to treatment, and the potential benefits of speaking to a professional. My vision far exceeds a simple office on wheels. Still, this is all a learning process for me so I remain open to any and all ideas. All of your experiences are valuable to me as I consider how I could take on this somewhat wild venture and try to make a difference with what I do.
Thomas31, do you happen to have the contact information for Dan? He definitely sounds like a great person to get insight from.
Some inspirations: This first one looks very expensive, but I like the idea of working up to something like this.
Naturally, I would not go with anything bohemian style and I recognize the magic of a wide angle lens; however, I feel like I could work this type of space:
Thank you for your thoughts! Please feel free to keep them coming.