First day of the final month of 2019, we brought the trailer home from the last trip of the year. We pulled in at home around 4:30, and bustled around getting all the important things out, all liquids and such removed, since it's supposed to be in the 20s tonight. We drained, blew out and pinked the water system. The rest of unpacking and cleaning can be done more slowly. The trip itself, to Catalina SP near Tucson, was interesting to say the least. Heavy wind all the way, until the outskirts of Tucson. More winds the next day - we were sitting in our shade structures, with the wind walls up, and about the time we were wondering if we should just take them down, a gust came along and shredded one of the wind walls. The roofs of the shelters have been used more than the wind walls, so we figure it's time to look for a new shelter for next season. With a 17' Retro & 17' Casita, either one is a tight fit for 4 adults - we visited back and forth, but there really isn't seating inside either for that many for long - not usually an issue since we're outside. We did manage our Thanksgiving meal outside, mid-afternoon, but the weather deteriorated again. Heavy rain and wind - it was an extreme test of weather worthiness of both trailers, which passed. Lots of limbs down in the campground - one underneath the side of ours, making scritching noises on the side before dawn. A tree in our friends' site lost one of its 3 trunks, which just missed their Casita - and they weren't even underneath the tree. We figure there was a microburst, given how we both felt a blast, and our friend saw the tree fly back again from the camper - it wedged itself over the picnic table, with the trunk wedged between seat and top. We're hoping for better weather next year!