Oh, lord. Nothing like photos to tell the tale.
This trailer is the gift that keeps on taking...you make a great case for pulling it all apart. There was virtually no slop...it moved maybe 1/4 inch, but...
At least at this point we're leaving the ceiling alone. Though we have the vent hole in the loo to fill; I don't really want to paint
the ceiling even in there, it's such nice pretty white fiberglass, so for now I found a flat rectangular section of basket that Paul can put up to cover the hole using the old vent screw holes and some washers...for now.
Today it was pouring rain, so he did some other chores, got some new burr things to cut the old screw heads off, took Shelly, the little one, to work and showed off his skill -- they were all suitable admiring, which felt good to hear about.
He did do a nice job, and learned a ton. Shelly, however, has NO wood.
gave us the best and worst of both worlds there, egg and home. BUT...as I plan layout tweaks, it also gives us some leeway and options we wouldn't have in a completely fiberglass shell with the molded-in furniture.
Thanks--Paul will give your advice a thorough go-over and study!
On the plus side--he got the temporary 1/2" ply floor in and for the first time in five months I was able to go inside...I stood in there so long he got worried. I was just looking at it all and thinking of all the work he's done and plans we've made for fixing things.
(I'm heavier than Paul and have smaller feet--was afraid my PSI load would hurt the subfloor if I were to go in without any ply under me. .)
These are ongoing works of sculpture!