Before we purchased our Jay Feather Micro 171BH, we were looking at lots of different bunkhouse trailers. The Wolf Pup was one that kept coming back up. So I wanted to go through and do a comparison of some of the pros and cons of each to give you an idea of why we ended up going with the Jay Feather Micro.
Our MaxxAir vent fan is a lifesaver while dry camping in hot weather. But it can get pretty dirty when used often. Fortunately, it's easy to clean, and we'll show you how.
We've transformed our travel trailer's shower into a functional closet by upgrading it with organizers and a hanging system. Here's what we did.
The 12-volt Furrion TV is battery-powered, ideal for dry camping, and powers the outdoor speakers. It's handy but not very intuitive. Here are tips to make it less confusing.
We love using our Blackstone at camp, and we use it for just about every single meal. We decided it's about time that we upgrade from the 17 inch Blackstone to the 22 inch Blackstone, to make it a little bit easier to feed our family of four.
We've been hearing horror stories about the fresh water tanks in Jay Feather Micro trailers, so we decided to inspect ours. We'll share what we found and the preventative measures we took.
We have decided it's time to upgrade the mattresses in our trailer, both on our main bed as well as the bunk mattresses. So I'll explain why we changed them and what we did to improve the trailer mattresses.
Now that we've had the Jay Feather Micro 171bh trailer for two years, we thought we'd review the issues that came up in our second year of owning the Jay Feather Micro.
We're going to compare our Jay Feather Micro trailer to an Ember travel trailer. We immediately liked a lot about the Embers. But, there are also a few things that we like better about the trailer that we have. So we thought we'd go through and do a comparison of how the Jay Feather Micro compares to the Ember travel trailers.
Our solar on the side plug broke off after only three uses. And since I hear this is a pretty common issue, I thought I'd just show really quick what we did to fix ours.
We wanted to add a tire pressure monitoring system or a TPMS to our trailer. Our tow vehicle already has a TPMS system and we only have a single axle trailer. So we just wanted a simple TPMS system with two sensors. These are the options we found.
When we switched to lithium batteries and moved them inside the trailer, we found we had unused space on the tongue. This is how we repurposed our travel trailer tongue to add more storage.