More Mods and Further North

Current Location: Whispering Hills RV Park, Georgetown, Kentucky

Yesterday, Malcolm completed a modification started the night before – moving the light switch in the half bath to the wall just inside the door. With that complete, we also finished the smart tile backsplash in the bathroom. Pictures at the bottom of the post.

Malcolm’s brother David, his wife Marsha and daughter Jazzlyn came over in the afternoon to get the tour of the trailer, then we all went out to eat dinner at Frisch’s. They went on to church for choir and children’s programs and we headed back to the trailer.

Today, we headed just a short drive up the road to Georgetown. Once we had the trailer set up, we loaded up stuff we had been carrying up here for Val’s sister Anne and took it over to her house. We visited with her for a bit, then ran a couple errands before coming back over to her house.

We all (Malcolm, Val, Anne, our nephew Jonathan and his girlfriend) went out to dinner just down the road from the campground. They all came over to take a tour of the trailer before heading back home.

The weather is calling for a freeze warning tonight (winter still hasn’t quite slipped completely away), so we unhooked our water line just to be safe. Should be warmer the rest of the weekend, though.

Wall pulled back to run new electric lines

Wall pulled back to run new electric lines

Hole cut for switch box

Hole cut for switch box

Low Voltage junction box

Low Voltage junction box and switches

Cleaned up and working

Cleaned up and working

Wires run from under the steps

Wires run from under the steps

Tacking the wall and trim back in place

Tacking the wall and trim back in place

Backsplash finished (covering the switch holes in the process)

Backsplash finished (covering the switch holes in the process)

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2 thoughts on “More Mods and Further North

  1. Malcolm, You have missed your calling, i.e., you should be in charge of new trailer design at Heartland. They could use some of expertise in design and modifications.

  2. Malcolm, it’s easy to understand why the company you work for has adjusted your work schedule around travel, you’re incredibility.

    Kirk

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