Addendum (more thoughts):
As I'd mention RV Sue has a nifty antenna (missed spelled above) which she takes down for travel.
I've read recently, 13' Scamps can be ordered with a wider bed. Not sure you would need this going solo.
Depending on tow vehicle one can use them to store a multitude of things & could be fitted with containers. One's to keep out rodents & other pests.
Of course, one can get a shower in the 13', something I'd want & use. However, one could find several shower tents in which one can shower. One of Many Shower Rooms
I spent a good bit of time each day, draining grey tank & refilling the freshwater tank due to shower use. Each day to keep the job from getting harder. I often drain shower water using a 6 gal. jerry can, if I can't drain it on ground.
We carry an extra tank in the back of the pickup so we can fill the freshwater tank without a hassle: The Rest of the Story
We didn't order a furnace
on our 16'. If planning on full timing in one I believe I'd want one. With Solar
Backup to keep the battery
up or even with a small generator
to keep the battery
fresh, the furnace
would be a handy thing to have around.
RV Sue's Custom Batteries Box
RVS's Solar Batteries, Controller & Meter
Sue's Solar Panels
Panels on the roof of tow vehicle seems pretty neat. Keep the weight
off the Travel Trailer. Can be positioned for best sun without moving the TT & as MarkyVasquez mentions below, TT does not need to be in the sun. No holes have to be added to the Egg for the Solar
insulation. They are adjustable.
One must realize, one will not be running an Air Conditioner off Solar.
We carry a Cube Electric heater, which work well in a small egg. But must have AC power for it (a generator
or shore power). Although I believer a DC power one are made for automotive use. Don't believe it would last too long on batteries at night, without generator
RV Power Terms
MarkyVasquez, Thanks for the Complement. Hope some of my rambling will be of help.