As we wait impatiently for spring (we got more snow last night and that's not funny!), and work on the little details of Tiny Tiger's interior we thought it would be a good time to introduce our next build. This one will be on a 24ft goose neck trailer. (Yes, one of James' wish list items!)

The design work is about 90% done, undoubtedly some details will change, and the colours are not set in stone, but it is close.

The raised sleeping area means no loft, and we have raised the floor in the kitchen and bath end to provide access to utilities from outside and create under floor storage and a guest bed. This is a fantastic use of space, not shown is the amazingly clever table that will drop down from the ceiling when needed. (James is working on this!) The building will begin towards the end of May, so there is plenty of time to work out the details.

 

Thanks to Kay Ennis for her great sketch-up work, and to Wayne and Stefanie from Linkletter's Welding Ltd who undertook the design of the goose neck especially for this build.

As for the name - the client is in the Air Force, so obviously we started to use this as our working name, then much to our delight she, too, had been thinking of this as a name - well it was obviously meant to be!