The little Burro is still unnamed, but I'm thinking maybe "Little Doggie House" might be appropriate. I've attempted a video of the small thing, but with limited success. It is too tiny to see much of the inside. I kept getting partial sections of a wall that made no sense.
So here is what I've got, followed with the layout and interior shots.
Got to say, I think it is great that they did the cutaway of the plan. It certainly gives a more realistic feeling of the space (or lack thereof) than the layout view to the right.
#1 shows the "cupboard" to the left of the entry door. Not big enough for a hanger in case you are curious. I am thinking of a small air conditioner inside the space. I think I might have one spotted that will fit!
#2 shows the second back corner and second side window. They are both screened and slide for ventilation.
#3 Shows the kitchen. Two burner stove top, pump sink and refrigerator all work surprisingly well for a 30 year old travel trailer.
#4 Shows the end of the kitchen and the bench to the right of the entrance. I've got a step under the bench to help with getting in and out of the trailer from outside.
And finally the endorsement:
"Hi, I'm Henry and I approve of this trailer. Now stop bothering me Sue. I'm busy exploring in case there are interesting smells."