Each year we are heavily involved in helping put on 2 IPSCBC Qualifier matches at the VFGPA. We find it easier just to live up at the range for the days leading up to the Matches as well as the Match weekend. We rented Chris and Kira's trailer to accomplish that this year. The trailer was an absolutely perfect home away from home for 5 nights and 4 very long days. When they advertise "fully kitted out" they aren't kidding! We brought a bunch of things that we thought we would need, but literally didn't need to bring anything but our clothes and the things we needed for the Matches, so will know better for next time! The sheets and quilt were warm and snuggly and the bed was SO comfortable after long days of work! The kitchen had everything we needed to contribute to our groups potluck meals every night, in fact we ended up loaning pots out to others. We had so much room, and ample space to store all of our stuff, as well as space to sort out what we needed for each day. We dry camped so had no access to pump out, water refill or plug in. We were careful with our water usage/discharge so didn't have any problems. Chris and Kira provide a solar panel to trickle charge the batteries, as long as you're not excessive in your use of the furnace (the fan takes a lot of juice) the batteries are fine for running lights and the water pump. Kira answered all the questions I had early on and Chris was amazing, when he dropped off and set up the trailer. He put it in the spot that we wanted to create one side of a "community compound" that exists each year, and showed us how everything worked. (The "party lights" under the awning were awesome!) He encouraged us to call at any time if we had questions or issues, which we didn't, but it was great knowing he was there if we needed him. Such a great experience, and it turned out we had friends in common! We also found out that Chris does chacuterie boards and smokes all kinds of meat, I think we'll be taking advantage of that the next time we rent! Sadly we were too busy to take a lot of pictures and I couldn't get one of the better ones to upload.