It was a long winter and it's getting harder and harder each year. As winter come and go there are a couple of things we do need to check accordingly like plumbing and other things, which get iceing in the winter and likely to have problems. This was the same case for me in my trailer I took for a camping after the winter which went terribly wrong. As I went to a nearby camping site in the outskirts of Ontario. In the first couple of days, it went all smooth until after hiking my neighbour camper van fellows told me your trailer had leaked from it swear. I was like holy god how can it happen it was perfect when I left the home, what can go wrong? I did order the parts from trailer parts online. How can we check all the plumbing and other parts are working perfectly?
Trailer: 2013 Escape 21 Classic Number 6, pulled by 2018 Toyota Highlander
Buy an Escape, follow the manual, review comments on line for all-molded towable trailers on this forum and develop a Comprehensive checklist, followed religiously and double checked. Compressed air,R V antifreeze, logic and basic plumbing knowledge will go a long way to preventing problems.
Strike while the iron is hot. Live every day as if it were your last and one day you will be right.