Originally Posted by Kai in Seattle
Our problem with redoing our trailer is that each project gets done by us for the first time. We have no practice trailer. So we usually learn enough by the time we've finished to do it entirley right the NEXT time.
We've redone some things, always with better results. Such a learning curve!
I understand learning new things is very good for the structure of our brains--we can use all the help we can get!
Sounds like you're going great guns there!
Yes I agree, same here this is our first trailer and yes everything we have done the 2nd time turns out much better, I guess practice makes perfect here is so true. Nothing plumb square or true about the Boler
so what construction, fabrication, engineering etc. skills that I have don't seem to be as beneficial as one would expect when tackling one of these small fiberglass creatures of mystical thought from long ago...