With no key for the lock and it seized I cut it off the door and ordered a replacement from Scamp
I then started insulating
I covered the trailer with blankets and towels and used a small heater to keep the temperature warm enough. Moving from the west coast where winter is a couple days of snow every year, working on the trailer at -15 to -25 was an adjustment.
Then it was time to start building, the really fun part. First I measured the trailer, although with no flat sides all measurements are rough.
Then I started on the cabinets.
The plan is to extend the counter to the front of the trailer, I have a stove but am leaving it out to get more counter space. I picked up a sink from Ikea, smallest one the had for $30, will leave the faucet out for now, see if we want it later. I also bout a 3 way cooler for $209. This works great on 120 or propane
, and 12 volt should be ok when towing.
The front bunk will flip down into a couch, and also be made into a counter top to give us more flexibility.
The dinette will also be our bed, and a bike rack when traveling.
I bought this leg from Ikea for $10, the hardware makes it easy to screw on and off for a solid and simple removable table leg.
It is fun. There is more information and picture on my site OurBoler.com. It is looking like the trailer will be usable (not done) for camping this summer