LOL. Yes, we had a boat, too. When we lived in Sarasota, FL. Bilge pumps, batteries, storms, all that....oh, yeah. Husband was active in the Coast Guard Auxilliary.
And, we have a building out by our carport that houses two motorcycles. Mini money pits.
Boats and bikes - always needing or wanting something for them!
Didn't expect trailer to be any different. But, right now, the trailer is our favorite toy.
Spent the afternoon cleaning the first layer of dirt off cabinets and counters. After 4:30, got too cold to stay in it even with our oil heater going. We have not tried the furnace yet. Scary!
It's going to be 11 degrees here tonight. Good thing she's winterized. We need an indoor place to work on it - but it's going to be expensive enough without building it a dang house!
Found lots of places that need to be caulked/fixed, but we aren't people who have to fix every little thing. After all, right now one could camp in it if in a much warmer area! I've camped in tents plenty. Just a roof and floor under us would have been good then.
It better be a hobby not only to camp and travel, but to work on it and fix stuff, too, right? From reading here, I figured as much. But we needed a new hobby. Retirees with too much TV time is bad, bad, bad.
Bo, thanks for reminding us of the Trailer Store. It's very busy and does all kinds of trailers. I had forgotten all about it, since we somehow travel east most of the time!
2004 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins HD
1987 Excella 32'
"Besides, I'm a gypsy at heart
and I like to travel around."