Yeah, I'm not sure what convinced us to get into this thing head on like this, but here we are! I freely admit to taking advantage of gullible/bored/hungry friends when it comes to working on our project. I find there are two benefits of this. First, you get more hands working on the trailer and second, no one wants to be the guy that gives up, so it's easier to get more work done!
Yesterday we finished getting the bathroom dismantled and taken out along with the last two bulkheads. After working all morning we ate a late lunch of brisket, tater salad, slaw and beans and suffered through the Saint's game.
This afternoon after church my buddy (obviously he didn't learn his lesson yesterday) came over and along with the help of my wife we got all the screens off the windows, removed the inner wheel wells, drilled out 29,837,498,367,823 rivets and got the longest sheets of aluminum I've ever seen off the bottom sections of the side walls!
One step closer to getting a better look at the floor and the frame, I'm really apprehensive of what's really lurking down there....