We have a permanently parked 25-foot travel trailer built-in 1979 at a private campground in Indiana.
We added a 3-foot deep “stick” bump-out (two by fours and plaster) while replacing the tiny RV entryway with a 6-foot sliding glass door.
At some point, I lopped off the trailer hitch (ergo permanently parked) which made room in the adjacent shed for a 5 foot counter with stainless sink while having a conventional propane range and refrigerator.
Whether you are a survivalist or not, you probably know that there are three things humans need to survive.
- Ability to control our body’s temperature (Clothing)
- Water (it’s hard to live without water for more than 2 days)
Having an RV that we spend two or three days at a time in (we have high-speed Internet so we are always tuned in to our customers), running water is essential.