I just did the single longest drive with a camper in-tow we've ever done. We went 680 miles, starting in Hartwell GA, and parking for the day in Lafayette, LA. I do not enjoy staying in Mississippi Alabama, or Georgia based on previous experiences in these places, so we decided to rip off the Band-Aid and skip all of that in our drive to TX this year. 10/10, would drive again.
I love this little camper so much. It’s not the most comfortable setup long term, but it’s small, easy to haul, and ready for adventure. a real “camper’s camper”, if you will.
Seems silly to have a camper that’s basically dedicated to camping when you literally live in campers full time, but it’s an optimization which I do not regret.
We've cleared most of our belongings leftover in our storage shed in Dover. I have 4 solar panels that I need to either sell, store, or use. I have our travel rig with me right now, so I'm thinking it's time to mount them to the roof. I think I can get all 4 mounted, but it's going to be reeeeeeeeally tight. Hoping I can because 1200w on this rig would be amazing.
We decided to take the travel rig, and spend a few weeks in my hometown in Ohio. It was time to mix things up a bit, and we have some a storage shed full of our house stuff that we don’t really want anymore. It’s time to get rid of it. Naturally, we’re going to visit with family and the like while we’re here, too.
Omg. My bed. I'm back in my bed. It's a crappy camper mattress, but dammit, it's my bed! We're starting our 3 day drive back to Vermont tomorrow. So tonight, I'm not doin' anything but playing video games while laying on this hard, hard mattress of mine.
We took some photos of the stunning Gros Morne national park and will post a blog post when we're stateside again.
Taking a pit stop just before going into Canada. Since we have no slides we are able to use our full camper, including the kitchen and the comforts of home. It's easily my favorite thing about traveling without slides. I lay in a bed, Devin plays with his toys, and Kate sits at the dining table. It's nice.