Hi readers. I swapped Gale for this trailer, finalized it yesterday.
In addition to giving me the means to get my stuff out of this valley and into storage in Harper, I can live in this thing if the RV breaks down somewhere up the road. It’s light enough so a half-ton junker pickup truck can pull it.
It takes a considerable load off my mind. Both Gale and Raymond, the guy up the hill have pointed out if that RV quits I’ll be dead in the water. I tried not to let it bother me, but couldn’t help it nagging me some.
But with a Coleman stove and oven, my diesel burning heater, a bunk, I can live in this thing. Better than almost all my ancestors almost certainly lived before they left Europe. And certainly better than any Native American ancestors did.
The DuoTherm heater began life in the late 1940s or early ’50s as a kerosene trailer heater. The man up the hill had it, but we couldn’t get the carb to work. Eventually replaced the carb with a needle valve and converted it to diesel fuel, which is cheaper and more easily available.
Besides, if a person doesn’t have much he doesn’t have much to lose.
Just make sure the heater is not between your bunk and the door … but you know that …
Hi Teresa Evangeline: Luckily the guest bedroom has two doors opening to the outside. Gracias, J
LOL…. love it….
Good deal, way to go!!
Thanks Tim. J
We have a couple of those cargo trailers for work and we seriously discussed their potential as living quarters if the need arises. They’re sturdy and reliable.
They seem to be worth the considering. Jack