I can say old because I have had this beast, I mean delicate flower, for nearly two years. That is precisely one year and six months longer than restoration was supposed to take. The good news is that it should be done by the time my kids grow up, go to college, and buy a home so I can park it in the front, Cousin Eddie style. I digress. Finally made it out to work on the trailer today which is no small feat. I haven’t been logging any work hours on her the last few months since I went back to school full time. Psssttt, I’ll let you in on a little secret. . . taking full time college classes does not get easier with age. Turns out I really have to study, like a lot. So, Molly has to take a backseat. Today though, the sun was shining, homework was done and the kids were at school! Perfect. I remembered where I was in projects, I demoed some shit (always feels good) and then I used a super grinder sander thing and made some progress on a totally not related to anything necessary right now project. It was a win . It felt good to be back at it. Now all I need to do is replace two corners of frame, rewire for electrical and propane and I can put the siding back on!