I continued installing the kitchen plumbing in my tiny house. This job was taking me a while due to having all the pieces of a puzzle here to piece together.
Fortunately, I had everything I needed to finish the kitchen drain pipe and run it out the back wall of the tiny cottage on wheels. All i had to do was cut a couple of the pipes to give me some adapter pieces to fit some other parts together.
With these two cut pieces it all came together nicely.
The only thing I did not like is the drain trap. It does not seem like it fits well at all and I fear that it may fall off one day if I am not very careful.
I managed to finish installing all the pieces of the plumbing together but ran out of daylight to run the 10 foot long PVC pipe out the back wall of the tiny house and to the outside. I will have to do that another day.
The tiny house on wheels is looking more like a home every day. Soon it will be finished and I can watch the snow fall outside the windows of my tiny home with a book in hand next to a warm, cozy fire.
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