One year later: It's still a work in progress, but she's almost done!
Monday, October 10, 2016
I have been making some advances on the interior. I have also been working a little on the exterior. Though undocumented, I have repainted the tongue and installed a new jack. She also sports a new aluminum propane tank and custom mounting bracket. The rear bumper has also been beefed up and painted.
A huge milestone was reached over the Labor Day weekend: I pulled it out of the garage onto the driveway and slept in it for two nights!
|Closet on right is roughed in.|
|Have yet to make the window/screen frames.|
|The curtain material is only temporarily pinned up.|
|This is the material I have chosen to make the curtains from. Have yet to make them since I don't know how to sew!|
|Working on the cabinet front and drawers now.|
|I still need to finish trimming out the floor.|
|The counter top and table will be laminated in turquoise.|
|New vinyl cushions are being made by my upholstery shop as we speak.|
|She was far enough along to camp for two nights in the driveway. Bonfire and all!|
Friday, August 5, 2016
Monday, April 18, 2016
Monday, February 29, 2016
Friday, February 26, 2016
I have completed re-building the interior framing for the rear of the trailer. I also had to repair a portion of the left front as well. Time to get the wiring roughed in!
|Rather than try to duplicate the intricate original framing, I elected to use 3/4" OSB.|
|The OSB plywood will be much stronger and self insulating.|
|Front corner repair. Note original framing method.|