Packing and prepping A Frame for the season
Where did DH find me this a.m.?
I've been out in the shop, in the A Frame, making out the list of things to put back in and taking out what I didnt use. Setting up the trailer and working out any adjustment in traveling comfort needs. Number one task is to make sure the coffee station is stocked! Checked flashlight, headlamps & lantern batteries as well as disposable plates, flatware, ziplocs, foil, first aid kit.
Staples kept in trailer all season & remove at end of season: container of Advil, toothpaste, deodorant, shower gel, lotion and body/hand soap and mosquito repellant.
Most food is consumed during the trip as it is either fresh, frozen or refrigerated. I keep some canned and dry box food and spices for variety and "just in case" a planned meal is a disaster. LOL Last year, I didnt use the inside stove once. We microwaved, grilled and ate lots of fresh salads and such. So, looking forward to seeing how the Camp Chef oven works this season, looking forward to fresh cinnamon rolls on a cool morning and cookies in the evening!
Interior-wise, added 2 more LED puck lights, so now the two large baggage compartments have light at both entry doors, inside and out. So altogether there are six strategically placed puck lights in cabinets/storage spaces and two additional (unattached) puck lights that I set on the counter tops for softer dim light that shoots straight up. DH asks me why I use these and not the trailer's overhead lights when I change clothes and I explain my paranoia, so a passerby wont get a shadow show. LOL
Have a few interior & exterior art projects to complete & then the trailer will be set for the season. DH will double check my abilities w/following the mechanical checklist & make sure all is safe when I hit the shows with the pups....I am getting excited! Just a couple more weeks...
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