Congrats on getting it campable. So your wife wants to test camp in the driveway. My wife likes that idea. All I can say is if my wife wants to test camp she better hurry up because this weekend we are camping in the great outdoors and not in the driveway. I hope
First I want to say thank you to everyone on this forum who helped me, commented or just read. Thank you Mike S. for having this site and being so passionate about tiny trailers and camping. Thanks to Sharon, Cliff, Larry, Tom, Marc and everyone else who built their tears about the same time as I did.
Well here it is . Its wired, painted, road worthy and weather proof ( well kind of). Anyway we towed today and all the lights work and it towed perfectly. I did a driveway camp in it last Tuesday and all was well. Its done.
Soon we will take it on its first road trip and then off to the Dam Gathering In May.
As many of you know I have been hanging out with Doug and the Vintage Camping folks over on the Vintage Camping thread. I have a real bad case of Colemanosis. So see ya in the spring.
PS we changed the name again and I think this one is final!
I pretty sure I have a bout 175 hrs, not counting parts runs. And about $1500. $400.00 trailer, tags, hitch, lock etc. $400.00 wood. trim. sink, wire, insulation. $400.00 windows, edge trim, vent, t-mold, lights. $300.00 paint, screws and other assorted junk.