Horses

Time to hit the road {pics of my new horse trailer}

I got a few requests from people asking to see the inside of the trailer. Here they are. πŸ˜€

4 Horse Exiss Trailer
Side of Exiss Horse Trailer
Exiss 4 horse trailer
Inside Exiss Horse Trailer
Inside Horse Area of Trailer
Living Quarters in Horse Trailer
Inside Living Quarters of Horse Trailer
Cowboy Shower in Horse Trailer
Do you have a trailer with a cowboy shower? This is my first “fancy” trailer and I have to admit I can’t wait to give that a try. That will be awesome to use when I go camping and don’t want to use the bath house. I’m not a huge fan of bath house. I’m a (slight) germaphobe and can only imagine how many germs are in those places. So I’m looking forward to having my own sink for brushing my teeth and washing my hands plus my own shower! Who cares if its in the back of the trailer. It’s in the stud stall which won’t be used because I plan to use that as my storage space. The only thing missing is the stove. I wish it had a stove but they guy doing the repairs on the trailer said he could easily add one for me, so that will be on my to do list for this trailer. I’ve got a couple things in mind that I want to add/change, so I’ll keep you updated with the progress. πŸ™‚ (Just make sure you grab my RSS Feed or sign up below toΒ receiveΒ all new posts.)

 

 

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    August 7, 2012 at 8:16 am

    […] buying my horse trailer, I haven’t had a chance to use it to go riding anywhere because of having to move. However, […]

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    miranda
    March 3, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    i am adding lq in my horse trailer.. I see your shower box in stud section of trailer. So where is your water tank located? or do you just have a water hook up?

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      NC Cowgirl
      March 4, 2015 at 9:47 am

      Hey Miranda! Thanks for stopping by and leaving this question!! I have a water tank underneath the front of my trailer that holds 100 gallons but also have water hook up. So I can use either. Most of the time I just go places with water hook ups because I don’t like filling the tank and worrying about keeping the water clean.

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