Feeling very inadequate at times, seems that close inspections just turn up new tasks to be performed, and its not like I can go to a local hardware store and pick up parts. I shall do my best not to get discouraged and to learn everything I can about my new project.
Hi ATSNANA -
Your title heading caught my eye, because I'm a new airstreamer with the same overwhelmed feeling. You received some great advice, however, and I'm going to "borrow" some of it as I plan my 1967
Safari restoration project.
I've had my trailer for less than a month. My to do list is longer than my arm, and still growing everyday. Today, I was taking measurements for curtains and new cushion covers and stumbled across a mummified rat in the bathroom closet! Wow, that was a shocker! So, add disinfectant to the list....
...and some therapy sessions for my four year old who was in the trailer with me and had to witness me freaking out!
Anyway, just wanted you to know you're not alone. I will keep prioritizing my to do list while vowing to have fun with the trailer in the meantime!