This week I removed all the fabrics, took out the back bunks and back built-in cabinet. I tossed the curtains, removed the carpeted section under the table and took off all the cushion covers. I did keep the cushion covers in case I need them as patterns for new cushion covers in the future. I took off all the blinds, and most anything that was stuck to the wall with a screw.
In April, I purchased this used 2000 Keystone Cabana hybrid pop-up trailer for a good price to redo over the summer. In the midst of years of moving and the vicissitudes of academics, I've long wanted a way to ensure that I can live without rent or a mortgage if need be, as well as travel with my dog and cat companions for a sense of greater freedom and possibility. Tiny houses and Class B van-RVs posed their own problems and cost issues, so I started looking for a small pop-up or trailer. Anyway . . . here goes. I'll be doing the renovation on a budget and will post more pics soon so you can see the process as it progresses over the summer. I've named the trailer The Possum.