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"Homelet" Trillium 1300
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Location: Western Washington
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Trailer Name "Homelet" Trillium 1300
Year 2009
Make Trillium
Model 1300
Length 13'
Packages No fridge, furnace nor closet. Day/night shades
History We took delivery of our Trillium 10 Dec 2008. Our first trip was to Whidbey Island the following April. Since then we and Homelet have been many places in Western Washington and Oregon.
Jan-Mar 2010 we and Homelet traveled to Green Valley, AZ stopping at relatives and places along the way for a total of 4200 miles. We even swam in Yuma on Valentines' Day.
We love our Homelet and can't imagine any other way to travel.
Just finished trip to S CA, AZ again. 5442 miles from 28 Dec to 18 Feb.
The first thing I added was a guard for the door latch sticking out. I caught and tore a jacket on it. The guard is merely a triangular shaped piece of 2x4 to prevent things form catching on the latch.
We leave rear table down for sleeping, removed the leg, and use space underneath for clothing tubs.
Have shelves in closet for dishes, appliances, etc. also shelves where refrigerator would have gone for shoes and exterior items.
Raised and added slide to the front table.
Added a coat hanger to the right of the door.
Added a brace to the end of the "U" shelf next to the door.
Added a paper towel holder to the right of the galley under the forward "U" shelf.
Found small plastic baskets perfect for holding different things in the "U" shelves, in a dollar store.
Use suction cup hooks in various places. We are replacing the suction cup hooks with stick-on type.

Bought wheel locks and made a spare tire lock.
Added a second tongue jack to allow lower adjustment.
Added 3' of chain and padlock around battery box.
Added reflectors to empty reflector bosses and then to all four sides.
All reflectors in photo are red except license plate.

Other Information
The name derivation:
Homelet is a small home.
Without the H it is an omelet.
The H is the same as our last name.

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