I have posted a few times already so decided that I should introduce myself.
I am retired and currently have a Eurovan Weekender. In the last few years I have traveled across Canada from Pacific to Atlantic and through much of the northwest US.
But now I want to be able to make meals without having to dig out food and utensils and to fall
into a ready made bed at the end of a day's drive.
A teardrop was my first thought but they are expensive and I love designing and renovating spaces, usually houses, so this will be my new tiny home from home.
I bought a 1975 Ventura
a few weeks ago after a very short search.
I had not intended to completely gut the trailer but closer inspection when I got it home revealed a number of serious problems. It had been fluffed and staged and I got taken.
It has been a blessing in disguise though, I am having a great time with my new hobby and am embracing the challenges.
I live a few miles from the town where my trailer was manufactured so I
feel like I have brought her home and am going to restore her youthful charm (with modern upgrades).
I have already read many of the posts and have taken copious notes but know I will have to mine the knowledge of the many of you who have much more experience than I do (basically none when it comes to trailer construction and mechanics).
Thank you for the wealth of information you have already generously shared.