We just took delivery of our Trillium
Outback trailer, made in Calgary Alberta. We ordered her last January and she took longer than anticipated to be built - several promised delivery dates came and went. Apart from the wait, this trailer and the delivery process far exceeded our expectations. We inadvertently ended up towing her home to Vancouver BC in a severe winter blizzard, literally driving through mountain passes as the roads were closed behind us. We have a Toyota Tacoma 4x4 and the trailer pulled like a dream behind the truck.
Because we dropped into the Outback factory last summer we learned wood cabinets and custom gel coat were options, hence the knotty alder and retro yellow colour. We had an old Triple E trailer when we raised our three boys which we called "Mr. Mustard". Now that it's just the two of us, "Mrs. Mustard" seems palatial!
Although we initially considered the toilet floor plan, we changed to the dinette model so we can leave the bed made up most of the time. There is a port-a-pottie for emergencies (under the dinette drawer) but we never used the one we had in the old trailer.
Joe added several convenient options, including a port for charging electronics, several conventional plugs, rock guard paint
on the entire lower exterior. He patiently went over all the features and systems on the trailer and loaned us a license
plate until we could get to BC and obtain insurance. When we lost a battery
cover on the way home, Joe quickly mailed us a replacement.
Here are many pictures of our beauty. She has a hot/cold outdoor shower, fantastic fan, large stainless sink and fancy stove. The blinds have velcro to secure them in place when down and they go up automatically. We picked out the upholstery fabric and it is really good quality. We have 14" wheels for extra clearance; they are pretty fancy too!
We took Mr. Mustard up to the Yukon and down to San Diego - plan to retrace our steps in Mrs. Mustard (maybe wait until a change in the USA political situation before heading south). We hoped to have her for our trip to Newfoundland last summer so a repeat trip to the Canadian East Coast will be much more comfortable now - a luxurious upgrade to sleeping under the truck canopy.