I have decided that while I still have access to the bottom of my trailer under the belly skin, I am going to leave the future owner a mini time capsule. I will probably include the following.
*Perhaps a CD of pictures of the restoration.
*A brief history of how I came about getting this trailer.
*The front page of the latest Sunday newspaper.
*A list of all the things that were done to the trailer, including dates.
*A few before and after pictures. (In case they cannot read CD's in the year 2050)
I thought of this while lying on my back looking up at the plywood, where of course I signed my name and the date before putting in the insulation.
If after I leave this earth to visit the big RV Park in the sky, my son decides to sell the trailer, which by then will be a "Super Vintage" Airstream, and the new owner is telepathically communicating with other Airstream owners and discussing frame damage and floor rot, as well as rear end separation, the day he digs in to the underside of the trailer is when he will find it.