Hey--thank you for all of the kind comments
. As summer's coming to a close I'm getting in some of the last getaways with the family. It looks like i've definitely saved enough to do on the trailer for the fall and winter. My goal was to "finish
" the bubble in one year. So next April will be the goal--then she's ready to camp. Here's my list of what's left: I have everyhting on hand--i just need time!
-put in 2 more outlets, wire up all 12 volt
stuff to fuse panel
lighting-purchase 4 cabin lights and 2 for under the roof cabinets. (I'm wondering if anyone's used a wireless light switch--that would be kind of cool walking up to the trailer--pushing a button and one of your interior lights come on.)
--run the sink drain through the floor under the spot for the rear bed and run under trailer. I do have all the fittings. And finalize pump placement and plumb everything in.
--build rear bed. this will be the one of the last things i do because i still need to be able to pull my cabinets out for access at the moment.
--definietly hiring this one out this winter.
trailerbrakes and axle--
i'm waiting until i have everything else finished so i can take the trailer to a scale, weigh it, and possibly put on a brand new torsion axle, and hub package. I'm guessing the bubble will weigh in at 1950
--curtains or blinds, throws, cool pendelton blankets, maybe build a couple small custom shelves, fill with camp gear