Did some light work on the trailer.
Since my friends and I are rather.... Prone... to accidents...
And since the trailer came with an expired "BC" fire extinguisher that might weigh in at 3 lb on a good day after a heavy meal...
Replaced it with a 10lb ABC, and installed a 40 man site first aid kit.
Had an 1800w pure sine inverter kicking about for a couple years now, decided it should have a home.
Wired it into the basement, with a 3rd battery dedicated to it.
Wiring is 1gauge, with an AMG style fuse holder @175 amp.
Charge to the 3rd battery is 14 guage with a 10 amp breaker, as I wanted to limit the feed back to house batteries, and charge house first regardless of if through the house converter, or the TV.
Will get changed to an AGM or other sealed unit, I happened to have this crappy one kicking round for function testing.
And for the piece de la resistance, its not often I camp on hard ground, or level, or "accessible" for the size of my unit. Combine that with liking to work with my hands, I built my own levelling ramps.
A trip to the local lumber yard got me a sheet of 3/4" ply, and a few pounds of #8 1-1/4 wood screws.
Combine that with a tube of PL premium construction adhesive in each, and the only way to get these ramps apart is to burn them to ash.