I have a problem with the sliding window in the front door of my trailer. It has leaked in a downpour at 65mph but cannot get it to leak by spraying it with a hose. I think I might just have to caulk it all around and not have a sliding window in that position,
My camping equipment has to be easy to maintain as well as functional. I like this hexclad pan even better than cast iron! And the stainless steel is not bad either. I do still bring a small cast iron pan with me though.
Not a recovery but one time up near Seattle I was caretaker at a remote hotspring. On the way out one time I found a Jeep Cherokee on it's side blocking the road with no one around . I winched it over and moved it off the road.. No problems!
It needs to follow my truck down the interstate at about 65mph, not just for off highway use so no steering axle!
I can repair pots and pans and tell fortunes with rune stones but would not steal your chickens LOL
5 relays for the remote light switch, dimmers for the top center light, porch light and side (canopy/awning) lights. fuse box, thermostat for the furnace and last but not least an mttp charge controller to keep the two 100Ah batteries topped up.
16 foot, 4,000 pounds total weight, 25 gallon fresh water, sink and water pump, 5 gallon grey water tank, cassette toilet, full size bed, lots of storage, recessed tie downs in the floor for my motorcycle, propane furnace. Two years in the making. All done!
16 foot, 4,000 pounds total weight, 25 gallon fresh water, sink and water pump, 5 gallon grey water tank, cassette toilet, full size bed, lots of storage, recessed tie downs in the floor for my motorcycle, propane furnace. All done!