After a good 3 years of planning, altering structures and dealing with SNAFU's our Trillium
finally made it into it's new home ... our garage!
Long story short, the 7' high standard door was replaced with an 8' roll up door. The wooden mezzanine over the trailer was on verge of collapsing and was replaced with warehouse racking. And today for the first time the trailer made it into the garage. It's a tight fit, backing down the driveways hill from a 4 lane major street for the first time was a little nerve wracking. I block off a lane with the rear of the trailer just starting through the door. You have to time it to the traffic lights
Lengthwise with the current spare tire holder there is not too much spare room front to back. I'm thinking one of those electric trailer dollies may be the answer to getting it positioned just right. I'm wondering how Dave Tilston is coming along with his homemade design?
Needless to say, today I'm a happy camper! I no longer have to worry about people stealing my propane
tanks in broad daylight or driver-less cars rolling into my trailer. My trailer will be away from the city grime and the elements. With the trailer out of sight, it won't be so easy to tell when we are on vacation. Yee-haw!!!