Louise tells me that people are interested in “trailer life”, though I am not sure I agree. OK … a few notes:
There are still jobs to do when living in a trailer, but these do seem to be less than in a house. Life is easier when we are “parked”, since the water flows in, and the drains flow out. 30 amps is enough electricity really, and only when we use the air conditioner do we have to be careful not to blow the master circuit breaker. Most of the trailer runs on propane or 12-volts from batteries, and we also have fairly large tanks for water and waste, so we can survive quite well for a few days even without “hook-ups”.
The real challenge is keeping everything in its place, and throwing stuff out so that there is a place for everything we need! This was a Housekeeping Day and always needed, but we try to keep all such boring work (and writing about it) to a minimum.
Life remains good, and we are planning our next expeditions.