Only problems (so far):
1) it's hard to find a campground on the Oregon coast at 8 PM in August...I would have made a reservation but I didn't know if I'd need one or would drive through to Arcata. (I made Bandon.) I did find an RV park; my backup was Brookings Walmart. Annoyingly very few campgrounds post their "FULL" status on the highway.
2) It rains overnight in Bandon. Trailer windows
open might not have been such a good idea. Nothing but the curtains got wet, but no rain inside would be better. Window awnings? Fortunately, rain is not something I will have to worry about much in the Central Valley.
3) The space is on a bit of a slope, so I had to jack the front up a bit to level, and that got me to where I could not open the rear door all the way. I could have unhitched but didn't want to so I slipped the dogs out under the partially open door.
4) I didn't know I'd need an adapter for electric, so I need to get one in case I need one in the next place.
The good things:
1) No towing problems. Gas mileage is about 22 mpg at 55-60, including slowdowns (not stoppages) in Portland. Normally I'd get 27 mpg at 70, so the difference is not too bad. I definitely feel the trailer back there going uphill.
2) The bed is VERY comfortable. It took me a bit to get to sleep because of the feeling of motion after driving all day. (Better to have more time before bedtime.)
3) The corgis did very well. I decided not to feed them in here, though, and will give breakfast in their crates before we leave. Three of them slept on the bed with me, and little Teddy slept under it.
4) Nothing came loose during travel except one curtain rod.
Tonight I'll be setting up for a three day stay at the agility trial and will get there earlier and have lots more time to get organized. This morning I'm not even going to attempt coffee, but will stop somewhere once I get going.