Today I was exhausted. It's been a bit of a whirlwind, these last three weeks. From the moment we (I) decided we should get a trailer, to the moment we pulled into home last night was a very quick, intense, STRESSFUL crazy time.
Would I change it in any way? No. Well - I'd skip that whole U-Haul debacle. But it's done and I survived my encounter with a parallel dimension.
The important thing is the trailer is home. We can deal with any little things now without having to run around too much. I'm just glad this trailer wasn't too far away! We can now decompress, and learn all the little nooks and crannies and idiosyncrasies of the trailer before we take it out.
Not to mention, our dog Syd needs to get comfortable in the trailer!
He's not quite sure what to make of it, but was happy enough to hang out with us this evening while we were out there poking around. He'll have an opportunity to spend a lot of time in the trailer while we're out there, so by the time we actually go somewhere he'll associate it as an offshoot of home. We can tether him to the trailer hitch. That will be a good thing.
He tried to claim a bed, but no. That one's taken Syd!
Don't worry Syd! It will seem like home in no time!