Life in a Converted Cargo Trailer

It’s surprisingly comfortable, at times, especially if it’s not too hot. Unfortunately this summer has brought a fair amount of hot and humid weather on the East coast, but that has prompted us to travel North and visit some cooler areas in the Northeast.

It’s amazing how much you can get from a small space when you plan well and make a few compromises. If two people and a dog can live out of a box this big, why exactly is the median home size 2,700 square feet?

Preparing Breakfast

6 thoughts on “Life in a Converted Cargo Trailer

    1. Why thank you! It’s been a fun project. Unfortunately, it doesn’t float like yours. That will come next. Looks like you’re having fun. I’ll keep an eye on your progress.

  1. After that, it is a nice way of saving energy because the consumption of energy to recycle rubber is definitely less compared to
    the processing of new rubber. They are so popular that they can even be found around town. It is the more luxurious version and has bamboo on it.

  2. Andy I’m considering doing the same for a Welsford camp cruising rowboat. Are there things you’d do differently, now that you’ve used your cargo trailer? Tks

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