Installed the awning, it is on a pivot arm so it moves up and forward to open it and back and down when traveling. This is it in the traveling position.
Here it is ready to open.
Another view, it covers the kitchen when open.
Here we are on the latest camping trip, on the test run of...
So here are the finished shots of the outside of the trailer, the final weight came out to 2700 pounds.
The kitchen slide out.
100 watt solar panel on the front. The top is raised up to stand inside. The slide is set up for either a cooler or it can take a refrigerator.
Some of the final shots of the build. Skinning the outside, the roof is up and getting ready to be skinned.
The roof is skinned now.
Another look at the inside at the top, the lights, fan, chargers and speakers are wire in.
A shot of the inside front.
A look at the outside top from the...
Finishing up with the insulation and building a basket on the front.
Now that the insulation is in it's time to skin the outside. The last trailer's skin was steel this one will be aluminum sourced from a company in Atlanta.
A little more progress. Here is the sink with the cabinet complete.
Another shot of the sink completed.
This is what is under the sink.
This is for the wife at night so she don't have to get out of the trailer at night. It fits under the sink and out of the way.
Getting ready to...
Back from a great trip, the trailer worked out great, it just needs a little tweaking.
Anyway back to the build. Adding the finishing touches on the inside. A look at the bed area with the shelf installed and wiring run.
Finishing up on the sink and the inside cabinets for clothing and...
Greg I just sent Dave a message, we are going to Jay's place for Memorial Day weekend Thursday through Monday if you guys would like to come it's invite only and there will only be about 25 of us including the kids. Let me know if you guys are in. He's charging us $600 for the weekend for the...
Hey Dave we are going to Jay's property for Memorial day weekend Thursday through Monday it is invite only if you would like to come out. Let me know plus you might be able to pick up the grills from Scott.
Finishing up with the inside, here's the sink dropped in. The floor is also complete.
Another view of the bed area and a little closer look at the sink.
Looking from the front down into the bed and the sink area.
The step is finished for the door way. You can see the door is attached...
Working on the inside now. The paneling is in and the bed frame is down.
A look at the other side where the entrance is to the right. There will also be a sink on the left side and storage cabinets above the slide out.
The frame for the sink and an access door for under the bed.
Some more progress, this is how the roof will open. If you look on the front left side behind the slide out you can see the door way and a step up at the bottom.
Another shot of the roof open.
The roof closed and you can see the door way a little better.
A shot of the rear of the trailer...
For my last rig I used a Camp Chef Sherpa Table it worked great for us. Four bags you can label to store your gear in and a table top. If folds up and is easy to move from one rig to another depending on what you are doing.
Some more progress this shows the slide out for the kitchen, it will hold a cooler or frig and a stove top. You can see the water tank in this picture and where it will be.
Here is the cooler and the stove top laid in position.
Here is the slide out inside the trailer.
So on this...