We got the Casita
in 2012 and around 2016 we got a larger travel trailer and we sort of moth balled the Casita
. We did a few trips in the new trailer then I retired and did a lot of van camping. A few years ago we bought a few acres in the Texas Hill Country and set the newer (larger) trailer up there for a weekend hide. We still had the Casita
moth balled in Midland so we moved under a tree at the new property. Well now we have a cabin and plan to build an "RV Port" for the bigger trailer on top of the hill. We just had a barn built on the propertyI After sitting idle under a tree for several years we moved the Casita INSIDE. Boy, is that trailer ever a mess!
Well, we have decided to resurrect the Casita and maybe actually get to do some camping again. So, I have 5 years of grime to remove, interior carpet started to fall
getting old, frame started to rust a little, brakes
could probably stand rebuilding, bearings need greased or replaced, fridge
won't stay lit on gas, gas tanks are expired, spare tire won't hold air a week, lichens growing on the roof and that just the little things I noticed on a quick inspection. Other than it looks great!
Oh the joy of fiberglass camper ownership. After 5 years in the sun under a tree and being totally ignored, the outside is cleaning up very well. It's totally useable now but it may get a polish job. Amazing how well these things hold up when neglected. Well, I found my summer project and now I get to work on it INSIDE!
Back to the world of Fiberglass RVing it looks like. (-:}