Some thoughts on modifications:
We shut off our converter and use the Solar
Panels to keep the battery
charged. We run about 5 LEDs and one incandescent for about 5 hours a night. We run the fridge's 12 volt muffin fans all day and night.
The solar panel
keeps the batteries fully charged and are in the charging mode about 11 hours a day.
We used our 5000 btu AC unit yesterday for the first time and it works well, quickly knocking down the humidity.
is under the kitchen counter. The fridge
is usually pretty full. Without the fan running the top of the counter gets hot. With it on the counter stays cool. Fridge temps in Florida seem to range between 35 and 42, related to time of day or opening of the door or reloading of the fridge.
We have three thermometers in the trailer. One in the AC's exhaust box, one in the fridge on the door and one in the trailer.
Red Max 3.
Every one who see's our trailer thinks it's brand new. Actually we have a few small spots where the Red Max 3 has come off, a couple of spots on the rock shield and a couple on the roof. I'm not sure if these were places I did not clean wax off well enough. I will say the trailer glows.
This is our first year of making the bed up every day. We do the bed together. I put the table down and rearrange the cushions. Ginny gts out the mattres topper and the pillows. It takes about 5 minutes.
Mattress top storage.
We store our 1.5" thick mattress topper under the bottom and back of the front couch. It's invisible to visitors and comes out in seconds. It is cut into two nearly square pieces.
Probably the most handy solutions are the addition of a number of in-place small white baskets with specific items in them, like one with bandaids and antiseptic cream, another clippers and tweasers, and so on...
Another highly used item is our simple rear bumper clothes line used every day to dry towels and swim suits.
This is our first trailer with a hamper compartment located above our Air Conditioner. We keep a laundry bag in there that dirty clothes go into. It easily holds a weeks worth of clothing.
Before we enter the Neveda Mountains in September I hope to add a second battery
and possibly complete the transmission cooler heater off the hot water tank.