We took the ferry over to Mukilteo and then drove out to Snohomish to my brother-in-law's camp (BS Camp Brinkley/Pigott) to pick up my trailer. I called first to check tow-ball size, and he asked the guy who had been with him when he bought it, and said "2 inch." Didnt think to ask about electrical
So we got there- it was 1 7/8. Tried to switch out tow balls with my bil's truck but his receiver was larger and his ball had a larger stem. Plus the electrical
was wrong. The trailer had the round 6 slot kind, I had a flat four connection on the car. So we got back in the car and drove down to Monroe to get a ball and an adapter, went back, and picked up the trailer.
I measured before leaving- just about 28 feet combined length. I wanted to make sure I didn't get charged $30 on the ferry- under 30 feet and under 7'4" is about $13.
Anyway, made it home fine, we even THINK the lights
were working okay. I do want to replace the lenses on the lights
and maybe the bulbs to be brighter. Managed to back in okay but parked a little crooked.
So now for pictures. The interior was pretty much exactly as Steve described it. No horrible surprises.
Here is the trailer parked by my cabin.
Back door open. I do have jacks, but didn't know where they were when I got home with it, and have the front end a bit too low to use them.