water hose, a spare sewer hose, lawn chairs, an ac/dc freezer (between the landing gear), sat dome (automatic), tools, rubber gloves, jack & lug wrench, grill, charcoal, electric charcoal lighter, 10' folding ladder, chocks, (shims in bed of truck), soon to remove pin stablizer, awning latch release, dirty clothes, hand saw, 4" sewer coupling, duck tape, electric (bat op) markers for when i stop on the side of the road, fishing pole & luers, spare 14X14 cover, drill w/bits, a couple tubes of the special caulk + gun,
in the tool box inside the trailer, assorted tools and screwdrivers, lense (filters) for rear light and a couple side marker lights, spare sewer cap, spare cargo door latches (the ones that hold them open), hot water heater element and tool to change it with, an assortment of fuses, a few stainless steal screws of varying lengths. i would probably find a few other things if i actually cleaned it out.
when i cleaned out my older trailer (1992-2002), i had accumulated something to fix every problem that i had had. very little of that made it to the new one...thought it would be trouble free sense new. that didn't work out, i have started accumulating again although problems are different.