Spring tune up
I put my travel trailer in the heated shop. I built a mount and added 2 new 6 volt golf cart batteries instead of a single 12 volt so I can extend my dry camping time. I greased the front jack, oiled the stabilizer jacks, washed the windows, looked at the roof, cleaned the filter on the AC, turned the fire extinguisher upside down and pounded on the bottom of it to loosen the stuff in it, cleaned and reorganized the storage compartment, checked the escape hatch, and finally I replaced and packed all the wheel bearings. You can buy new ones for 15 bucks a wheel for the whole set including the seals, and since you wreck the seals and need to replace them when you pack them anyway it's just about as cheap to change them all out.
Now I just have to wait for spring. Wish it would hurry up and get here.
I also put new shocks on the rear of my pickup. One of the old ones had gone bad.
Have you done your spring tune up yet?