Here is how to do it:
or to add your LP BBQ to it.
This one is for small tanks:
this one is for grills:
No matter what you have, once a year, go through the whole RV and check with soap bubble solution and look for leaks, on the regulator if you see any oily residue replace the regulator it is leaking.
The first time I added an Extend-A-Stay, I wish I had this picture to go by, so I thought this might help you.
Some of you want to know why I am making my cargo trailer into a stealth RV?
You probably didn't know they existed….that is the whole idea.
Stealth Cargo Trailers:
"While space is very limited inside of a converted camper van, the convenience of parking in places where most RV's and campers are not allowed to park is a tremendous benefit. This is called "stealth camping" because many times people who see the vehicle parked at a picnic area or parking lot are not even aware that the vehicle is a camper. "
"One of my Tiny House Living readers, David, posted a link to an article written by Randy Vining that describes his 20 years of living on the road in small mobile spaces. Randy’s current tiny home is a Stealth Cargo Trailer. Randy also has a blog called Mobile Kodgers, which is definitely worth a visit.Randy has spent more than 7000 nights boondocking (free camping) and his latest creation has made it easier to continue his undetected camping in places like Key West, San Diego, and San Francisco. The total cost of this stealth camping cargo trailer conversion was $7,000. The all-aluminum Featherlite trailer cost him $4,000. The extra money he spent on the base trailer bought him 500 pounds less weight and higher quality construction."
I have read Randy's Mobile Kodgers blog before, but today it has a link to Bayfield Bunch Al's album of "The Slabs". http://picasaweb.google.com/stargeezerguy/36DEC20LASTDAYATTHESLABS#
Wow, an eerie place!
It wasn't raining, and so Jay and I tried to cut a hole in the back door of the cargo trailer for the window. My long jigsaw blades had mysteriously been lost, stolen or strayed, so we will have to wait until I can get to a store.
So we concentrated on inside jobs, like repairing the trim on a door in the grooming room, and cleaning the air filters.
I was trying to get my printer to work, and got printer ink all over my hands, which will probably be there for the next few days.