Something I've been thinking of as I take pictures for folks is how great a deal a trailer that has been out and proven is over about anything brand new. this baby could be hauled away today and work fine.
Anyway, more pics. First 6 or 7 are ones of stuff we added.
That's the small shelf I mentioned earlier above the inner bed. Sized for a small book, kindle or glasses and right next to a light
. Used every night we camped!
Next is door openers we installed on most all upper cabinet doors. Much more convenient than floppy doors!
Next is the power jack. Too much tongue weight
for this old guy, but a wonderful convenience for anyone.
My "stinky slinky" tube made out of white vinyl 5 inch square fence post, with caps with catches. You can access the stinky slinky from either side. The yellowed tube above was what the original very, very cheap stinky slinky came in. We use it now for gloves and paper towels.
TV bracket and cable in first pic, and next pic is of the outlet I installed in the cabinet closest to the bracket for 110V power for the TV. (We used the TV once, when we were threatened by a power thunderstorm in the Adirondacks one vacation. Worked great.)
Next are the sink and stove covers that go with the trailer. These are things very rarely used, at least by us. The stove might have been used 3 times, the sink often with just cold water. We hardly every used the propane
hot water heater. Microwave
was usually used for storage...
The table. We rarely ate inside as we have a Clam 1440 screen tent that we would put up against our Gander Mountain cover we adapted to be our awning
. The Clam was large enough for tables for our grills and such, or a campground picnic table.
Finally, wheels and tires
. I should have cleaned them a bit better this morning, but all is in great shape, including the wheel bearings.