What do you do when your wife and kids are gone visiting family for 12 days and you have some extra wood in the shed? If you have a camping vehicle you get busy making stuff!
First on my list were some jack-pads. These are unique in that they will provide a level surface even if the trailer is parked on a slant.
Next I made stablizer chocks. If you don't have a set they make a huge difference in preventing forward/backward movement.
I made leveling blocks from a 2X8 that can stack one, two or three high (some of the places we camp are not very flat).
Last I made a step for the entrance. The lowest fold-out step on my trailer is a little high. As you can see it also doubles as a carry-all for the other items.
The total cost to build all of this was $13.47. I only had to purchase the 4X4 block, the 2X8 board and the threaded rod. Everything else I had in my shed. Now I just need to go camping to test out all my gadgets!