A couple more shots....
As you can see, it is pretty bad. My landlord spent two days cutting trees while I was at work (cutting trees) and I picked up where he left off in the evenings. I will take a couple of pictures of the Burro now that the area is cleared out and post them tomorrow.
I had been keeping it in my carport, but we are hosting a bachelor/bachelorette cookout and campfire with all of our friends this weekend. We were going to have a couple of people stay in the Burro, so I moved it out back. Not a tree hit the house or carport. Nor, and count this as a lesson learned, was the Burro insured. I figured that it was covered under my renters insurance.
So......now it is time to figure out what to do with it. I will probably part it out. Tail lights
anyone? If the frame is good, I will convert it to a utility trailer or canoe trailer, unless someone is in need of a frame, axle
, etc. The tires
are new, with only 250 miles on them. Unfortunately, the windows
didn't survive....I know that people are always looking for windows
. Pieces of the windows were found 15 ft out from the trailer. My fiance was in the basement during the storm and saw the first tree hit. She said that the first tree hit the front of the camper, causing it to rear up. That is sort of a funny image to picture, in a sad way.