I just got my first classic towable TT.
I'm very new to this whole thing, but I love driving, especially when I actually have the time, to stop at interesting places I happen upon.
I'm a vegetarian, no meat of any kind, will eat milk products, though I don't like the implications of it (animal suffering) :(
It's hard to stop because I was raised on the traditional American diet, "it's food, eat it".
I had 3 "pet" chickens, and they were (had to give them away, when I had to move 3,000 miles away, to a fellow with a flock for yard eggs, basically chicken paradise) basically like any other pet, bird.
They're happy to see me, love treats, let me pick them up & handle them, had their individual personalities, so It REALLY bothers me, to see chickens or any other animal, crammed in cages, or zillions in a warehouse, and grabbed, thrown about, and dismembered.
Now, I did have one "ornery" chicken, whom I raised in the same way as the others, but for some reason, she would attack me for no reason. I gave her away. She probably ended up as someone's dinner. I have no remorse about that. but I can't stand it, when benevolent creatures are harmed, including people.
none yet. I haven't started out yet. I'm still getting things in order.
12' classic tow behind TT 1965 Just a tiny little thing, with a "loft" over the dinette, hand pump water to the sink (I'll probably change this), 3 burner stovetop & tiny potty room. Just basically a mobile motel room, so I don't have to spend big bucks at a real motel room. "She's" classy teal & white, with unique, but not exactly vintage decor. It does have a "classic" teal sink basin, and cooktop.