Hi everyone, I'm Jordan from Canada, currently camping in beautiful British Columbia. Last week I bought a 1976 Carefree camping trailer. It's 14 or 15 feet long and I'm pretty sure it's made of fibreglass. I'm rather clueless about it, but excited to learn.
I want to make some changes to maximize space and organization. I still need to get the fridge running, not sure how that works. Install awning. Eventually hook up solar power.
I work as a treeplanter - for the past 9 seasons - up until now residing in a tent. The luxury of a trailer is going to be glorious. I also participate in a bunch of festivals in the summer. So its going to get a lot of use. I am a happy camper.
Thanks everyone for your interest. I feel welcome. I think I lucked out with this little trailer, it's in good condition. I love the kitchen (but the sink smells and I need to figure out the water system ). It's so nice to make coffee in the morning with so little setup. I'm so looking forward to getting to know it and incorporate my own design elements. I look forward to getting to know you guys too!
Jorden that is one fine looking little trailer. Hope you get the fridge figured out soon. If you ever come way south do it in the winter I didn't see an ac. I know someone will be able to help you out a friendly bunch here.
LOVE it! nice kitchen for such a small camper. I have been trying hard to cut down on the amount of leftovers, since that's where most of our fridge space goes. DH doesn't care for leftovers. The rest of the world manages with fridges half the size of a standard USAn fridge, so I should be able to also, true?
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