I'll be watchin you!
A camp proper is a nomads biding place. He may occupy it for a season or only for a single night, according as the site and its surroundings please or do not please the wanderers whim- Horace Kephart
ETAV8R's Build-The Gini
If you have the $$$ to buy a shell and go from there - it's a lot easier. I took mine down to the frame - and it took me about 200 labor hours to build it. Considering I had the time but not the $$$, it was the only option we had. Including the purchase price of the used camper, we're into it for around $5500. We replaced everything except the roof, fabric top, windows, door, frame, and plywood floor (and I mean [u]everything[\u] else - siding, insulation, wiring, water & propane plumbing, appliances, upholstery, blah blah blah).
There is a thread over at wander the west detailing most of it.
"Life is meant to be enjoyed, not endured" ~someone
Not sure if I have a use for this in my build, but I though somebody might find it useful.
Outback Adventure Products Trailgater
Available from A.T. Overland
Anywhere I roam where I lay my head is home.... Metallica, the black album.
Anybody have any advice on water filters?
I am worried about it freezing, well it will be frozen regularly, so I am thinking about a small filter that I could easily pump dry each night.
Any advice or direction would be great.
Last edited by Overland Hadley; 12-07-2011 at 02:08 AM.