A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Sunday, July 23, 2017

Camp and Trailers


Our camp at Craters of the Moon when everyone was gone.

Some unique trailers.

This one the top raised up like a big bug readying to fly off.
The only thing was you could see in those tinted window very easily.
Privacy is at a minimum here.

I have never seen this before and saw it was made by Airstream.
I bet it cost a pretty penny.

Lastly I saw this go by while making dinner.  I loved the map and had to go track them down.
They were a young couple with two little ones and one humongous dog.  Great Dane I think.
I learned they have a tiny house and built this from what they learned from tiny house living thinking maybe they would live this way for awhile and see how it fits their lifestyle

It would be neat if the water fill hose was at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
The young lady said she knew of another cat owner with a cat named Beans.
No, I didn't go around and take a picture of the other side.  Really BIG DOG remember.

Looking at this now as I set up this post the marks of where they have been reminded me of bird splats.  Now if I had a big map on the Little House on the Highway you know I would be marking my stays with bird splats for sure.


5 comments:

  1. ...or you could just see where the bird splats fell then make your way there. Alternatively you could put little mouse silhouettes marking Beans's successful sorties.

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  2. There is a great variation in campers I see.

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  3. Not many trees providing shade. I think I would be too hot all the time. I like the different trailer shapes.

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  4. Some interesting trailers for sure!

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  5. I think John's onto a workable idea here....traveling by bird splats....kinda likin' it.

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