The fun doesn't stop...
I wanted a stove cover. Even though I had found an old thread
that gave the part number, I was wary that the part number would work. Well, $34 to D&D Appliance Parts
got me a perfect fitting cover. (Too bad the stainless version is NLA.)
With a single axle trailer, some sort of tire pressure monitoring seemed like a good idea. On a recommendation, I got a Pressure Pro system. It was easy to set up - so far, so good.
Our maiden voyage this season, boondocking in Vermont, included almost killing the battery. (Someone (me) left the porch light on all night. We went all "Apollo 13" afterwards, limiting power use to what was necessary for re-entry...er, I mean the water pump.) After that, we decided that we should move to LEDs, since most of the state parks around here don't have electric.
We had used superbrightLEDs.com for replacing bulbs in the T@B, so we used them again for the Argosy. I tried two different bulbs:
1156-PCB-WWHP9 in the front light - these have a pretty nice warm color to them
1156-PCB-W24-WV in the bathroom. These are cheaper, but they're bluer. We'll get more of the other lights for over the gaucho and countertop, as soon as I figure out how to open up those fixtures to replace them.
And finally, a little Barker 5 gallon blue boy for shower water. It fits easily in the shower basin, ready for the rare times we use the shower. The thrills of plumbing...