This summer I have finally finished my converted cargo trailer. Had initially planned on a long trip, but I don't do 100 degree weather that has plagued areas I was going to travel through. Decided to stay in the maritime region where weather has been sunny and pleasant with no rain for over a month for the time being. I'll have lots of time to see all I want to see. Had my first excursion to a lake in the Olympic Forest and stayed at Coho Campground. Lovely area only three hours from home. I have not yet mastered the skill of backing the trailer so made sure my reservations were for pull-through campsites. Didn't want to embarrass myself with others around. The first pic's my rig in tow. The trailer is only 5x8 feet and highly personalized inside. Used and repurposed things from home in the build. Insulated it and made the doors lock from inside if needed. Had the factory install the roof vent and windows. I am also using the trailer as my art studio at home and on the road. This is looking in from the doors. Sleeping area is on the left and drop leaf table on the right. There are drawers for my clothes in a funky piece I found. Adequate storage under the seating and counter areas. And then there is looking out from inside. Left side is for cooking (tin table top and back splash) and right side is the dry sink with water pump. I am really proud of my little build. Frankie and Max were my companions and loved traveling with all the new smells. Frankie is a character and keeps me on my toes and laughing. Max wasn't too keen on being outside unless we were going on a walk. It was camping in luxury and a wonderful escape. I didn't even mind cooking. Everything tastes better when you are out, and the pace slows down. The trailer suits me.